On the discussion of climate change, Jewish law is unambiguous a when life might be at risk: You are obligated to “err” in the direction of caution.
Trump’s withdrawal from the climate change pact isn’t the first time the U.S. has joined forces with unsavory outliers to defy global consensus.
In a rare rebuke, the government of Israel criticized President Trump for withdrawing from the Paris climate change accords. Here’s why.
The timing of Donald Trump’s Paris Climate Initiative announcement highlights how the decision is at odds with the values that many Jews hold dear.
President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Accord has driven even reluctant Twitterer Lloyd Blankfein to the platform for the first time since he joined — or his assistant joined him — in 2011.
“Even if there is a 50% chance that climate change and global warming is man-made, we must act to reduce risk,” Israel’s Energy Minister said.
With the U.S. leaving the Paris Climate Agreement, a cartoonist envisions what happens next.
— President Donald Trump on Thursday said he will withdraw the United States from the landmark 2015 global agreement to fight climate chang…
“As people of faith, we believe that we have a responsibility to be caretakers of Divine creation,” the groups wrote.
This past weekend we stared down the Apocalypse. It’s not yet clear which side came out ahead, but we’re still breathing, which is pretty good.