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Judaism and Climate Change
By Julie Halpert
The Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media
February 29, 2012
http://www.yaleclimatemediaforum.org/2012/02/judaism-and-climate-change/


Jewish Values and Position of the Reform Jewish Movement on Climate Change
Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
2009
http://rac.org/advocacy/issues/issueenv/issuecc/jp/


The Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL) Mission Statement
2007
http://www.coejl.org/~coejlor/about/mission.php

COEJL deepens the Jewish community’s commitment to the stewardship of creation and mobilizes the resources of Jewish life and learning to protect the Earth and all its inhabitants.


World Jewish Congress Faith Statement on Ecology
2003
http://www.arcworld.org/faiths.asp?pageID=81

Prepared on behalf of the World Jewish Congress by Professor Nahum Rakover, an Orthodox legalist and Torah/Talmud scholar.  From the book, Faith in Conservation, by Martin Palmer with Victoria Finlay, published by the World Bank in 2003.


Global Warming: A Jewish Response
Prepared by the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL) for the National Interfaith Training on Global Warming
September 2000
http://www.coejl.org/climatechange/gw_jewishresponse.php