The third Jewish Climate Action Conference, “Everything Is Connected,” will build on the momentum of recent gatherings and discussions that have galvanized Jews throughout the country to become more involved in fighting climate change. You’ll be able to choose from a variety of sessions related to advocacy, carbon reduction, spiritual resilience, communal adaptation and soil and agriculture. Issues of environmental justice and anti-racism will be woven into many of the sessions.
The day-long event will be geared toward action solutions, strengthening the national Jewish Climate Action Network and integrating youth into our leadership. The conference will be national in scope and will also provide time for meeting with vendors and local organizing.
- Opening panel discussing the interconnectedness of issues
- Over 20 sessions to chose from
- Closing joy-filled, music-filled event
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