Study Jewish Thought
A contemporary form of Judaism that focuses on our relationship with the environment and expands the focus of Tu Bishvat.
Why the Torah equates human life with the life of a tree.
Why Shmita, the commandment to let Israel's farmland rest every seven years, is relevant even for today's urban Diaspora Jews.
What does it mean to eat in a Jewish way?
Science and Ecology
A Jewish perspective on animal suffering and conservation.
Jewish sources single out trees as one of the most important aspects of the natural world.
Health & Wellness
The Conservative movement validates two opinions on ceasing medical treatment for terminally ill patients.
How much do you know about green issues in Jewish thought and practice?
Judaism possesses the values on which an ecological morality may be grounded.
From the commandment not to cut down trees in war, we derive the prohibition against the careless destruction of nature.
The jubilee year provided for a period of both social equality and ecological recovery.
Southern & Jewish
It all began with some eggs.