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Monday, June 14 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Jews and the climate crisis: a conversation with Israel's solar pioneer

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Israel's leading solar pioneer will discuss the role of the Jewish people in fighting the climate crisis and how we can win this epic battle. Yosef will also analyse how little Israel inspired the Biden-Harris Administration to shoot for the 100% clean energy goal by 2035, even though it itself is not a good climate player. The solar adventures of Israel's Kaptain Sunshine, from the Arava to Africa, will be unpacked as the world heads into the UN Climate Conference in November.

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Joel Lazar

Joel is CEO of the Jewish Climate Network. His experiences are diverse, spanning commercial law, educational program design, Jewish youth and community leadership, facilitation and creative writing. Joel's commitment to social justice in a Jewish context culminated in him receiving... Read More →

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Yosef Abramowitz

Nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize by 12 African countries, Yosef Israel Abramowitz is one of the pioneers of solar energy in Israel and East Africa. He is an activist, educator, and self-proclaimed troublemaker who sees affordable green power as a fundamental human right. He... Read More →

Monday June 14, 2021 4:00pm - 5:00pm AEST
Room 6
  Society and politics