“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.
If Israel cannot withstand all of the existential threats it currently faces being intensified tenfold, our old-new-land may once again disappear, submerged back into the Jewish unconsciousness and the prayerbook.
The 2016 election might do some long-term good for climate change awareness — or so, at least, hopes former Vice President and perpetual environmental mensch Al Gore.
Bernie Sanders cut a video debunking President Trump’s claims about the economy and the environment, including a denunciation of executive orders rolling back Obama-era commitments to clean energy.
Of the many threats posed by the Trump administration, there’s one to which the Jewish community should pay most of its attention.
Is Ivanka Trump shaping out to a liberal counter-force to Steve Bannon in Trump’s White House?
The two appeared on Facebook Live Monday to discuss the issue.
“It’s no secret that Ivanka Trump is very committed to having a climate policy that makes sense for our country and for our world and that was certainly evident in the conversation that I had with her,” the global warming activist and “Inconvenient Truth” star told MSNBC.
Former Vice President Al Gore said he discussed climate change with Ivanka Trump Monday, in another sign that the first daughter will have an outsized role in President-elect Donald Trump’s administration.