19:00 - 21:00 Israel Time / 12:00-2:00 pm EST / 9:00AM-11:00 AM PST
Climate change is expected to have an unprecedented impact on life as we know it. Future generations in Israel and the world are likely to suffer from dire consequences if no action is taken.
Join JFN's Green Funders Forum for a live inspirational conversation with the most passionate and persistent Arab and Jewish youth leaders working to save Israel from the impact of climate change.
The event is for the philanthropic community. If you are a funder or a foundation professional, please request a seat and our host will approve your registration. You can RSVP by emailing Sigal Yaniv Feller: [email protected]
Following the conversation, we will hold an interactive discussion and explore our role as a philanthropic community and as human beings in fighting climate change.
The Green Funders Forum operates under the auspices of Jewish Funders Network and aims to educate funders on the importance of environmental protection and on meaningful strategies to influence the environment.
Green Funders Forum
Stein Family Fund
Sigal Yaniv Feller
Deputy Director and Senior Director of Advisory Services
Researcher on youth activism on Israeli climate change at Tel Aviv University’s Porter School of Environmental Studies. Member of Teachers for Climate.
Luna Abu Yunis, Youth for Climate
Climate activist, peacebuilder, and science enthusiast, from the Arab city of Sakhnin in northern Israel, she is one of the leaders of the students’ climate strikes in Israel.
Odelya Robbins Morgenstern, Youth for Nature in Jerusalem Hills
An eleventh grader at Adam High School in Jerusalem. Odelya is a youth movement counselor who plays music and creates art in her free time
Director of Global Community at Climate Science. Michael is an Israeli youth activist who is focused on climate education, solutions and justice.
Year of service volunteer in the Israeli scouts, one of the leaders of the sustainability process in the scouts will share his work with youth movements leading sustainability for future generations.
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Non-members in Israel should email [email protected].