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Click here for the Roster of all participants.

Click here for the Bio Book of all participants.

View all participant videos here.

Save the Dates 

  • December 13th, 2022, 1:00 pm ET, 8:00 pm IT – Debrief from our In-Person Summits (North America & Israel)
  • March 14th, 2023, 01:00 pm ET, 8:00 pm IT – Climate Summit Check-In and Learn

Israelis

  • December 7 -8 In-Person Gathering
    Eden Inn
    Zichron Yaakov

In-Person for All

  • October 17 – 19, 2023, Location TBD

 Wexner Summit on Climate Change Core Team

Angie Atkins, Director, Wexner Heritage Alumni and Summits 

Rabbi Jay Henry Moses, Vice President 

Keren Zefania, Director, Wexner Israel Fellowship 

Please contact Angie with questions. 

Israeli Only Orientation Call for our In-Person Meetings

November 22, 2022, 8 PM – 8:30PM IT Israeli Only Orientation Call for our In-Person Meetings
Zoom link:  https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86476546147

North American Orientation Call for Austin, TX Meeting, November 1

How Corporations Have Responded to Calls for Better Sustainability Practices, with Historian and Author Dr. Bart Elmore

The recording from the conversation can be found here.

Bartow Elmore Climate PowerPoint Slides

A CONVERSATION WITH MK ALON TAL: JUNE 21

The recording from the conversation can be found here.

The chat from the conversation can be found here.

ORIENTATION: MAY 24

The recording from the orientation can be found here.

The NEEDS and DEEDS chat can be found here.

BACKGROUND ON SUMMIT

Wexner Summits: The Network In Action is a platform for Alumni of all Wexner leadership initiatives to connect, learn and collaborate across our network. Through Summits, Wexner Alumni are exercising leadership by strategizing and stacking hands to take action that moves the needle on the key challenges facing the North American Jewish Community and the State of Israel. As with all Wexner Summits, regardless of topic, an additional purpose is to connect Wexner Alumni to other extraordinary leaders across the Jewish world and Israel, drawing wisdom, insight and new collaborative possibilities from our network.  

The Wexner Summit on Climate Change will convene alumni to advance their work on mitigation, adaptation and preparedness — individually, professionally, philanthropically, communally, and systemically, with an emphasis on larger systems.  Additionally, the Summit will welcome new collaborations amongst participants.  

What is expected of Climate Change Summit participants? 

  • Attend all Summit events in their entirety, whether virtual or in person. These include: 
  • Part A, Virtual, June – December 2022 
    • May 24, 2022, 12 pm – 1 pm ET/19:00-20:00 IT – Welcome to the Summit
    • June 2, 2022, 12 pm – 1:15 pm ET/19:00 – 20:15 IT  – Conversation with MK Alon Tal
    • September 13, 2022, 1 pm – 2 pm ET/ 20:00 – 21:00 IT
    • November 1, 2022, 12 pm – 1 pm ET/19:00 – 20:00 IT – Orientation Call for our In-Person Meeting
  • Part B, In-person Meeting 
    • North Americans, December 4-6, 2022  
    • Israelis, December 7-8, 2022 
  • Part C, Virtual/possibly Hybrid, January – October 2023 
    • Occasional Calls and other participant-led activities TBD 
  • Part D, October 15-17, 2023 (In-person, possibly international, location TBD) 
  • Complete any reading or other assignments through October 2023 
  • Be strategic and efficacious in your efforts to combat climate change, stepping up your work, either through additional or new projects/collaborations or helping the work of fellow Summit participants to affect adaptive and systemic change.  
  • Be supportive of other summit participants in their work.
  • Share progress on climate change projects advanced during the Summit.

 What are the objectives of the Summit on Climate Change? 

  • To inspire and affect action in the main areas of activity to fight climate change:  
    • Adaptation  
    • Economic leverage  
    • Mitigation and sustainable living  
    • Political advocacy/policy  
    • Preparedness  
  • To leverage the influence of Wexner alumni to lead their communities and circles of influence to address climate change with more urgency and impact.  
  • To contribute to efforts to make the Jewish community in North America a leading voice in the American climate change movement, and to make Israel a leading voice and model for the world.