Ethical Consumption

Dvar Torah

A d'var torah about a modern application of the red heifer story. Originally distributed for the Hazon CSA listserve.
This dvar torah is a part of Jewcology’s “Year of Jewish Learning on the Environment,” in partnership with Canfei Nesharim. Learn more at http://www.jewcology.com/content/view/Year-of-Jewish-Learning-on-the-Environment.
There are three key values our traditions teach us about caring for the environment: it is God's world, we do not control the world but are part of it, we must exercise power responsibly.
There are three key values our traditions teach us about caring for the environment: it is God's world, we do not control the world but are part of it, we must exercise power responsibly.
A discussion about blessings and intention. Originally published for the Hazon CSA Listserve.
How do we transform the lesson of Tu BiSh’vat – our responsibility to care for the earth and honor the foods of the season – into something that is relevant to us at each meal with which we are blessed?
A d'var torah that reflects upon the idea of the census that occurs in the Torah. Originally distributed on the Hazon CSA listserve.

Offline Source Sheet

This is the first part of a resource designed as a suppliment for Jewish communities and schools to Equal Exchange's comprehensive Fair Trade curriculum for 5th-8th graders,which can be found at:http://www.equalexchange.coop/educationaltools
Ezra Fishman, Shavuot 5770/2010, Senior Week @ Brandeis
A text study on the interpretation of the phrase "B'chol Meodecha" as describing loving God with your money, and an exploration of what that means. Originally presented at the Wexner Graduate Fellowship Summer Institute 2006
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