Daniel Orenstein


 Judaism’s Green Roots

By Daniel Orenstein

An exciting Jewish environmental movement has been developing in recent years, with its foundations firmly established in tradition and modern environmental knowledge. The latest rung in this developing ladder is the publication of a new book by Jeremy Benstein, associate director of the Heschel Center for Environmental Learning and Leadership. “A Way Into Judaism and the Environment” is an exploration that weaves Jewish texts, from the ancient to the modern, and environmental literature, with one convincing argument: that environmentalism and Judaism share a common vision.Read More



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