This Sunday

MAY 7TH, 2-6PM
TECH STUDY:
RADICAL CARBON REDUCTIONS
for HOUSES OF WORSHIP
 
In this unique workshop, top energy-building experts will guide us in developing a multi-stage energy reduction plan for each congregation.

TEMPLE ISRAEL/BOSTON  
477 Longwood Ave (at Riverway), Boston   
Park next door; T: Green D Line (Longwood stop) 
Suggested Donation: $20 per Congregation 
for up to 2 attendees from each synagogue

TOP EXPERTS WILL PROVIDE GUIDANCE IN ASSESSING POTENTIAL FOR DEEP SAVINGS IN THESE BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS:
  • Building envelope
  • HVAC, heat pumps
  • Solar on-site & community
  • LED lighting
  • Financing & incentives
PLEASE REGISTER BY CLICKING HERE
QUESTIONS?  Contact:  David at  family.lowe@gmail.com   
Tel. 
617-504-2006 

ORGANIZERS: 
CO-SPONSORS: 
  • TEMPLE ISRAEL GREEN TEAM
  • SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL OF MASSACHUSETTS
Saving the earth, saving the 'shul'

This Sunday's program is part of Synagogue Council's Sustainable Synagogues Initiative
in colaboration with JCAN.  Please see the coverage in this week's Jewish Advocate,
click here [available to subscribers].   In the article, by Martha Schick, titled Saving the earth, saving the 'shul', Fred Davis JCAN VP is quoted "We're looking at the next seven years for synagogues to go through the stages that they need to become climate leaders.  We know that in institutions like houses of worship, it can take years for significant changes to happen"
David Bernat , SCM's Executive Director, notes "people in our community are concerned generally about sustainability, you can do well by doing good".
Be one of SCM's Amoodim, our pillars.
Give us the capacity to serve and impact our Jewish community.

617-244-6506 | info@synagoguecouncil.org
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