Environment

Dvar Torah

Lessons of Torah that influence our response in times of disaster.
Originally published on May 31, 2011 on the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism's blog: http://blogs.rj.org/rac.
This dvar Torah was shared with Yeshivat Hadar fellows and alumni
This piece examines the environmental implications of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot and the need for increased legal safeguards to protect natural resources. Originally published in the Union for Reform Judaism's Ten Minutes of Torah series.
A dvar Torah on Ba'al Tashchit, posted as 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.
Adapted for Hazon from Daniel's piece for AJWS. Discusses the challenge of the "righteous" descriptor used to describe Noah and the complications of this description.
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.
These materials are posted as part of Jewcology’s Year of Jewish Learning on the Environment, in partnership with Canfei Nesharim. Jewcology thanks the Shedlin Outreach Foundation and the ROI community for their generous support, which made the Jewcology project possible.
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