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Heather Kaplan holds a bachelor of arts in environmental studies and religion from the University of Vermont. While in college, she wrote a thesis entitled, "An Inquiry into Environmental Ethics and Religion: Interviews with Leaders from the Episcopal and Jewish Faiths." Kaplan works as an Environmental Legislative Assistant for the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL), the national coordinating office for the Jewish environmental movement that promotes environmental education, scholarship, advocacy and action.


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