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Warren Stone



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Rabbi Warren Stone has served as rabbi of Temple Emmanuel in Kensington, Maryland since 1988 and is nationally recognized for his work in the field of faith-inspired environmentalism. He is the co-chair of the National Religion Coalition on Creation Care and the founding chair of the Central Conference of American Rabbis’ Committee on the Environment. Stone has also served on the boards of the Global Advisory Committee for Earth Day Network, the Washington Board of Rabbis, and the District of Columbia Green Faith Initiative. Stone was the Jewish United Nations delegate at the 1997 UN Conference on Climate Change in Kyoto, and Copenhagen in 2009. He has authored numerous articles on faith-inspired activism and climate change and has led delegations to both Congress and the White House. In 2007, Stone was recognized by Grist, a leading environmentalist publication, as one of the world’s fifteen most influential religious environmentalists. He is author of the "ClimateRabbi" Blog: