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Water Resources Action | Environmental Issues, Israel and West Bank

Gevarim Food for Thought Series

Environmental Stewardship in Israel and the West Bank

Join us on Sunday, November 8th at 10:00 a.m.
Discussion and Brunch with Julie Weissman
of Water Resources Action Project (WRAP)

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Julie Weisman is a WRAP board member, environmental attorney (Carter, Ledyard, Millburn LLP) and adjunct professor, University of Maryland Carey School of Law

Moderator: TI member Sylvia Horwitz (Attorney, Office of General Counsel, EPA)

  • Water Resources Action Project, Inc. (WRAP) is a volunteer non-profit organization that seeks to improve the public health of underserved communities in the Middle East through greater water stewardship.
  • WRAP actively sponsors, designs, and constructs rainwater harvesting systems in schools suffering from dire water shortages, complemented by a strong environmental educational program.
  • Its mission is to improve the quality of life for underserved communities in the Middle East through greater water stewardship, while operating with strict political and religious neutrality.
  • Its hope is that by easing the growing water conflict and educating individuals and institutions at the grassroots level on the value and interconnectedness of water, it can foster a greater awareness and appreciation for human health and the environment.

$10 for Gevarim and Kol Nashim members, $12 all others

Sponsored by Gevarim     Questions? Please contact
Andrew Reamer at TIGevarim@Tifereth-Israel.org