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Dr. Orr Karassin of the Green Zionist Alliance at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen

 

GZA member Dr. Orr Karassin — a GZA representative on the KKL-JNF board of directors — led the KKL-JNF delegation to the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP 15/MOP 5) Dec. 7 — 18, 2009 in Copenhagen. In 2007 she headed the KKL delegation to the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP 13/MOP 3) in Bali. In preparation for the conference in Copenhagen, Orr spearheaded the KKL-JNF position paper and successfully shepherded it through KKL-JNF approval.

 

You can read the position paper here:

KKL-JNF Position Paper on the Agenda of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen

 

And Orr's dispatches from Copenhagen are available here:

United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Copenhagen

 

 

 

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