Better energy: A missed opportunity for Israel at the UN Climate Summit

The largest climate march in history will hit New York City three days before Rosh Hashanah, demanding urgent action ahead of the special UN Climate Summit and the General Assembly of the world body. Less than two years since Hurricane Sandy killed 285 people and caused over $60 billion in damage, a quarter of a million people are expected to flood the streets of the Big Apple, including a large multifaith contingent that will march together.

This Jewish New Year is different than all past ones, for it is the last observance of shmita – the sabbatical year for the environment – before extreme climate change becomes irreversible.

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