Environment

Offline Source Sheet

Enjoy this Hebrew/English source sheet and study guide on the topic of Toward a Wiser Use of Energy. Discussion questions provided! 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.
A collection of texts on trees in Jewish thought. This sourcesheet is 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
This source sheet provides activities and information about how Tu Bishvat represents our need to appreciate the world around us and care for our planet's trees.
This source sheet provides the lesson resources for activities relating to how Tu Bishvat represents our need to appreciate the world around us and care for our planet's trees.
A text study on Judaism's perspective on animal welfare. This material is 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.
A collection of sources on Jewish perspectives on water conservation. These materials are 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.

Source Sheet

This text study explores different Jewish texts that reflect the values of environmental justice.
8th grade service trip to New Orleans Shabbat Morning text study Community Garden as service focus for the trip
How do we treat and regard nature?
Sources for a one-hour informal learning session with youth ages 13-17. Meant as an introduction to the topic of how our existence on this earth is inextricabley intertwined with the physical earth/soil, and our responsibility as stewards.
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