Instead of assuming that humans can fix every problem, the prayer humbly asks God to bless creation again.
The Jewish practice of blessing natural phenomena awakens us to the fact that the earth is a wonder, a witness, and a spiritual mystery.
Green tips for the Festival of Lights.
Science and Ecology
The Torah calls for Jews to work the land six years and let it rest in the seventh.
As humans and Jews we have a responsibility to take care of the earth.
Using Passover as an opportunity to go green.
In Birkat Hahammah (the Blessing of the Sun), the rabbis acknowledged the power of nature, but put the emphasis on its Creator.
Turning and returning.
The biblical "migrash" principle provides a response to urban sprawl.
We must pray for beneficial rain, and then follow through with environmental action.