Kesser Torah College (KTC) has proudly announced its participation in the Zero Emissions Cohort Program, a significant step towards reducing carbon emissions in educational institutions. Recognising the critical importance of addressing environmental concerns for the wellbeing of the planet, KTC is committed to making conscious choices in its operations and decision-making processes to effect meaningful change.
Principal of Kesser Torah College, Rabbi Yaacov Chaiton emphasised the institution’s dedication to environmental responsibility, saying, “As a school that is guided by Torah, we see it as our sacred duty to teach our students to care for this world that we were given to protect and we take this responsibility seriously. We commend the organisers, Dina Bloom of the Jewish Climate Network, and Alon Meltzer of Shalom College, for launching this pivotal initiative.”
Rabbi Chaiton, alongside Sandra Rutter, college head of HSIE, has been actively engaged in the program and is enthusiastic about its progress. Representing KTC, the school’s chief operating officer Darrell Godin, recently participated in this week’s program, hosted by Amanda Goodman at Westfield, Bondi Junction. During the event, Godin shared insights into how finance can drive positive global change.
Kesser Torah College looks forward to continuing its journey towards a sustainable future as a proud member of the Zero Emissions Cohort Program.