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Green Team



The Temple Isaiah Green Team's mission is to establish awareness of our Jewish responsibility in regards to maintaining and healing our planet. Earth-justice requires lifestyle changes for the sake of our children, grandchildren, and all those with whom we share and bequeath this planet. The Green Team focuses on education and advocating for solutions to environmental issues, green activism, and creating green initiatives at Temple Isaiah and in the larger community.


UPCOMING EVENT


PROGRAM CHANGE: NEW SPEAKER

H. David Nahai
Senior Advisor to the Clinton Climate Initiative

H. David Nahai has an extensive record of success in both the private and public sectors, as a lawyer, CEO, government official, business owner, community leader, and published author.

H. David Nahai Consulting Services advises and assists public and private entities involved in the environmental sector, with particular emphasis on renewable energy, energy efficiency, water conservation and wastewater treatment and recycling projects. Read more


6:15 Services
Dinner and Discussion to follow


Reservations required for Dinner and Discussion.

Click here to R.S.V.P.

TI Attendees & Paul Koretz After City Council Passed Climate Change Resolution




Other Green Team activities include:

• Publicizing earth stewardship issues and advocacy needs and opportunities.
• Creating a recycling program at the temple and converting the Ner Tamid to solar power.

The Green Team provides more earth friendly solutions within our facility such as:

• Distributing specially designed reusable shopping bags and seed packets on Rosh Hashanah
• Offering Temple Isaiah Green Team coffee mugs
• Helping with Green Celebrations (Tu B’Shevat!)
• Developing synergy with outside environmental groups


Other Messages from the Green Team:

BE A HERO—GO ZERO

• Bring a reusable water bottle instead of a disposable one
• Use reusable bags instead of plastic
• Bring your own utensils or cloth napkins to school. 

Think of how you can save raw material, energy and landfill space, and set an example.


Watch video: Ed Hawkins on Twitter: Spiralling global temperatures from 1850-2016


How to get involved:
We usually meet on the third Thursday of the month. For more information, contact Steve Fox, at minusksf@aol.com, or 310.397.6611.


Opportunities for preschool parents