We enthusiastically encourage you to read We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast by Jonathan Safran Foer. The book explores the central global dilemma of our time in a surprising, deeply personal, and urgent new way. The task of saving the planet will involve a great reckoning with ourselves—with our all-too-human reluctance […]
Time: Aug 4, 2019 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada), by:Zoom Scheduled due to popular demand, this webinar focuses on climate advocacy: How you can get your community active in this space, locally and federally. We were joined by two committed advisers of the Hazon Seal program: Mirele Goldsmith, a longtime supporter and […]
This guide is a resource book with ideas, definitions, stories and guidance for Jewish institutions to think about how they can make healthier and more sustainable food choices. The guide also includes an audit with a list of questions for an institution to use to be able to assess where it’s doing well and how […]
This Haggadah supplement was put together by the Heschel Center for Sustainability. It has many stories and text studies that connect the Passover story to sustainability and the environment. It explores our connection to the environment, the place Passover has in a modern world, and the social contexts of slavery.
Each year, Temple Solel of Hollywood, Florida, plans and executes a major annual program called the King Tide Event. Over 100 community members come together during the King Tide to observe, measure, and learn about the sea level rise in Temple Solel’s community. Click HERE for for their Planning a King Tide Event guide to […]
October 9, 2018 Living the Change initiative: How to walk the talk as an individual and as a community, while taking part in an international drive for faith based change. Hazon is the leading Jewish organization representing and pushing for change within this great initiative and we want to make sure we are all aligned […]
Sustainable America is a nonprofit focusing on making food and fuel systems more sustainable. They have many initiatives and campaigns for both individuals and organizations.
The Risky Business Project warns that it is time for businesses and institutions to factor climate change into long-term decisions and create a plan to mitigate exposure to risk.
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Rav Kook’s Introduction to Shabbat Ha’Aretz, a book on shmita (Biblical sabbatical year) by Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, first Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of the land of Israel in the 20th century.