Say you’re the sort of American voter who puts Israel’s safety first when deciding how to vote. Think that means you should support the Republicans? Think again, says J.J. Goldberg.
Touring the United States, Tuvia Tenenbom stops off in Alaska. He attends a climate change conference, listens to President Obama and has a chat with Anchorage’s Jewish mayor about the glacial pace of history.
The Reconstructionist movement is organizing a Yom Kippur service at the Lincoln Memorial timed for Pope Francis’ visit to Washington and tailored to his climate change message.
The pope has taken a lot of heat for having an opinion about climate change. So has J.J. Goldberg. Here he tells why this is absolutely a Jewish issue that should concern all of us.
Pope Francis is using his moral leadership to try and get the world to do something about climate change. Steve Gutow and Lawrence Troster tell us how we can respond as Jews.
If Dick Cheney thought any threat that had even a 1% chance should be actionable, J.J. Goldberg wonders what we should make of a climate change disaster that feels 95% certain.
A new encyclical from the Pope will aggressively take up the issue of climate change. But J.J. Goldberg wonders if Catholic members of Congress will be listening.
With Earth Day upon us, Dan Friedman reflects on the draught plaguing the West Coast and asks: How should we should allocate water justly — and Jewishly?
Republicans want Jewish support to block a nuclear deal with Iran. J.J. Goldberg warns that the GOP has a bigger agenda in mind — and the planet’s future hangs in the balance.
With major decisions looming, Hody Nemes explains why 2015 promises to be a momentous year for climate change — and why Jews care so deeply about it.