AJLC

AcronymDefinition
AJLCAdam Joseph Lewis Center (for Environmental Studies; Oberlin College)
AJLCAssemblea de Joves de Les Corts
AJLCAppendices to the Journals of the Legislative Council
AJLCAmerican Jewish Labor Committee
AJLCAsian Joint Linear Collider
AJLCAdult Jewish Learning Center
AJLCAmerican Jewish Leadership Council
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"The data clearly show that, in its first 12 calendar years of existence, there is not one year in which the AJLC has produced more energy than it consumed--though it came close in 2007."
After Oberlin hired a new building manager to solve the energy problems at the AJLC, these computational practices have been corrected, and the building is more successful in its energy goals now (2012 was the first year that the AJLC produced more energy than it consumed).
The JLC was founded in 1936, an offshoot of the American Jewish Labor Committee (AJLC), a trade union umbrella group with roots in the Workmen's Circle, a radical left Jewish fraternal organization that had its origins in Eastern Europe.