Celebrate Tu B’Shevat with Eco Synagogue

Eco Synagogue invites you to their Tu B’Shevat event on Zoom.

Building on from COP26, Eco Synagogue's event “Action on Climate Change – Taking the Community Forward” will discuss findings from The Institute for Jewish Policy Research’s recent report, and examine how their community can further drive forward action on climate change in our Shuls, schools, charities and organisations.  

Contributions also from their Rabbinic Team, World Jewish Relief and others speaking from their own sector perspectives. Any questions you would like included (time permitted) please add to the chat on the night.

Please register in advance for this event here - links to the research will be sent on registration.

The Eco Synagogue / Limmud discussion 'Faith, Spirituality, Ecology & The Future of our Planet' is also available online with Karenna Gore, Executive Director for the Centre of Earth Ethics and Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, Co-Founder EcoSynagogue Rabbinic Team with moderation by Krish Raval OBE, Founder & Director of Faith in Leadership, Britain.

January 16th, 2022 8:00 PM through  9:00 PM
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