Novelist—and oil investor—Gary Sernovitz defends the new American fossil fuel binge in ‘The Green and the Black’
With his intelligent, lyrical climate encyclical, the most ecumenical of pontiffs brings ‘the common good’ to new heights
The former mayor framed rezoning for development as environmental strategy under PlaNYC. It’s not adding up.
Climate change imperils a Jewish tradition
Let’s follow the Maccabees’ example: Scarce resources, sparingly used
Muslim and Jewish extremists who yearn for the End of Days may get their wish—but not as they envision it
Two neighboring wineries share more than family roots and lines of kosher products. They’re also both carbon-neutral.
A century after the last blood libel trial, the idea that Jews drink Christian vital fluid is still alive and well
When a drought left Omaha’s ritual bath empty, refilling it required some imagination—and a ton of ice
The Republican presidential candidates’ refusal to believe in things like global warming isn’t just bad science; it’s also very poor religion
A watered-down emissions treaty could mean watered-down sanctions
Also, foxes speak out for hens’ rights
Plus fairweather friends of the Jews, Jews do Christmas, and more
Statement directed at U.N. meeting in Copenhagen