Congregation Emanu-El will host a special in-house conversation about Israel's world-renowned water expertise, and its relevance for California and the World. The event, being held in partnership with the Environmental Working Group of Congregation Emanu-El's Tzedek Council and co-sponsored by the American Technion Society, will feature Seth M. Siegel, New York Times best-selling author of Let There Be Water, and Aaron Tartakovsky, co-founder and CEO of Epic CleanTec, and co-founder of the Israel-California Greentech Partnership.
WHEN: Thursday, March 23, 7:00 pm
WHERE: Congregation Emanu-El, 2 Lake Street, San Francisco, CA 94118
Register to attend: http://www.emanuelsf.org/
"Depending primarily on the weather for our water is dangerous, and the California drought made this painfully clear," said Tartakovsky. "I'm looking forward to my discussion with Seth and sharing how Israel itself overcame its own water scarcity, and how the Golden Gate and the Jewish State can work together on this important issue."
Israel offers a story of inspiration for the climate challenges posing California. Facing a similar situation, Israeli leaders took the courageous decision to create a system immune to drought. "What we learn from Israel is that every country and region can have a secure water future," said Siegel. "California's drought and floods are two sides of the same coin of inadequate planning and vision. What is needed is an engaged, informed citizenry which can demand of its leaders forward-looking water policies and practices. I hope the dialogue with Aaron helps give the tools and impetus to the Emanu-El and Golden Gate community."
Payment required - Adult Member: $15
Adult NonMember: $20