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Making the Desert Bloom—How Israel’s Water Expertise is a Model for California and the World
Featuring: Seth M. Siegel and Aaron Tartakovsky
Date: March 23
Time: 7:00 pm
Adult Member $15
Adult NonMember $20
Join us for a one-of-a-kind chance to hear directly from Seth M. Siegel, activist and NY Times bestselling author of Let There Be Water, and Congregation Emanu-El’s Aaron Tartakovsky, co-founder and CEO of Epic CleanTec and co-founder of the Israel-California Greentech Partnership.
Israel offers a story of inspiration for the current moment here in California. Facing a similar situation, its leaders took the courageous decision to create a system immune to drought. The unique way that Israel thinks about and manages its water offers an alternative model for California and others facing water scarcity issues.
This program is in partnership with the Environmental Working Group of Congregation Emanu-El’s Tzedek Council and is co-sponsored by the American Technion Society.
Registration will close on March 22 at 7:00 p.m.
Cost: $150 congregant/$250 non-congregant couple
Are you an engaged or newly married couple? Then this series is meant for you. The Chuppah and Beyond helps participants cultivate the foundational tools for a successful life together while simultaneously building a community of peers. Emanu-El co-facilitates each class along with Yael Melamed, psychotherapist and relationship expert.
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Please email Monica Pevzner if you have any questions or are interested in future sessions.
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