Study Jewish Thought
Turning and returning.
There are many things we can do to create local culture that links God, land, and people.
It all begins with how we treat animals.
The Torah requires us to eat and live healthfully and responsibly.
An obligation of responsibility for this generation and the next.
The biblical "migrash" principle provides a response to urban sprawl.
We must pray for beneficial rain, and then follow through with environmental action.
One of the Torah's central insights is its effort to minimize human ownership.
The concept of the sabbatical year reveals the awesome splendor of God's earth.
There are real actions we can take to preserve species diversity.
We do not have the right to drive fish to extinction.
The Torah teaches us to think globally and act locally.