January 26, 2010 2:38am
This Tu b’Shevat, which falls on Jan. 30, brings an awesome responsibility: Jews must act to save the very creation that we celebrate — the planet that is ours in trust, write two board members of the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life.
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