To be a supportive, engaged community, rooted in our Jewish tradition and values, and working in collaboration with others, to facilitate and promote ways that we can:
Personally address Climate Change through everyday practices as individuals and as a community
Pursue actions to advocate and organize for meaningful changes in policies, practices and laws to slow down climate change and mitigate its impact.
Want to amplify your personal efforts to fight climate change?
HELP GET THE WORD OUT!
Palo Alto has a new program to incentivize residents convert to Heat Pump Water Heaters and needs YOU to canvass homes with information and literature. The city hopes to convert 1500 homes under the program. Sign up here to volunteer. Multiple dates are available in February and March, and training is provided. You don't need to be a Palo Alto resident. Click here for more information about the program.
Want to learn more about Electric Heat Pump Water Heaters? Don't miss our very own blog post on the subject!
Looking to DO SOMETHING NOW?
CLICK HERE to view our current list of actions
Take a look at all the GREAT WORK that Beth Am Dayenu members are doing to help fight climate change.
Scroll down to "Beth Am Dayenu Action Teams" below and click on the Action Team logos.
Then click "Contact Us" or "Join a Beth Am Dayenu Action Team" to get involved!
Mark Your Calendar!
Beth Am Dayenu Circle Presents California Assembly Member Marc Berman
Sunday, March 26, 2023 • 4 Nisan 5783
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Beth Am Dayenu Circle presents Assembly Member Marc Berman, stalwart guardian of the environment. Since serving as a member of the Palo Alto City Council and now as a California State Assembly Member, Marc Berman, who grew up at Beth Am, has earned a reputation as a sustainability and environment leader, as demonstrated by his 99% rating by the California Environmental Voters and endorsement by the Sierra Club.
Please join on Sunday, March 26 when Assemby Member Berman will discuss environmental and climate activism and California legislative and policy initiatives.
For more information and signups: Click Here
Note: Enrollees in the Jewish Literature class will receive a link to watch the class at a later time.
Click here to watch a replay of our Feb 5 meeting, including a fascinating presentation by alternative energy entrepreneur David Arfin.
Click here to watch a replay of our Nov 20 meeting, including Josh Becker's presentation about California's climate legislation, his legislative agenda for the upcoming season, and a lively Q&A.