Jewish Call for Climate Action
On June 30, the Supreme Court of the United States, in their ruling on the WV v. EPA case, stripped the EPA’s authority to limit carbon pollution from power plants, drastically reducing our ability to fight climate change.
This ruling will slow our progress, but it cannot stop the climate action movement, and we all must do our part to enact the deep culture change and systemic change we need. That’s why we are building a coalition engaging partners across the Jewish world, bringing together Jewish leaders and organizations to take climate action at pace and at scale–so that every Jewish community can find a way to get involved, to rise up, to be the change. Join us in this conversation.