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The following resources provide additional information on various environmental topics - from Jewish educational materials to advocacy resources, from topical books to links to key environmental organizations and more.

New Resources

Repair the World: Kick the Water Bottle Habit
Did you know that 80 million disposable water bottles are used each day in the United State alone?!? Learn more about plastic water bottles and help your congregation kick the disposable bottle habit with this downloadable flyer. Special thanks to Andy Amend and Sheila Newman of Am Shalom in Glencoe, Illinois, for their expertise in creating this resource you can use in your congregation. 

 

  Greening Reform Judaism Webinar Materials

Greening Reform Judaism webinars are archived for easy access at any time. Visit the URJ webinar archive page to view all the URJ's archived webinars or click below for the "going green" ones.

Greening Your Building and Home
Environmental Organizations
  • Environmental Defense Fund – Dedicated to protecting the environmental rights of all people by linking science, economics and law to create solutions to society’s most urgent environmental problems.
  • GreenFaith inspires, educates and mobilizes people of diverse religious backgrounds for environmental leadership.
  • National Geographic Green Guide – Guide to help make living in an environmentally aware way personal, practical and positive.
  • National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) – NRDC seeks to establish sustainability and good stewardship of the earth as a central ethical imperative of human society.
  • Regeneration Project An interfaith power and light (IPL) group committed to “deepening the connection between ecology and faith.” IPL focuses on tangible results in congregations – putting faith into action by educating, providing energy audits and more.
  • Sierra Club – A national organization that works to reverse global warming and create a clean, renewable energy future.
  • Simple Steps – The NRDC’s site for people looking for easy, everyday actions they can do to protect our health, home and planet.
  • Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Formed in 1993, the FSC was created to change the dialogue about and the practice of sustainable forestry worldwide.
 
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