Finding the words for a world set ablaze
Jewish institutions go beyond traditional notions of what makes meat kosher to address everything from climate change to animal welfare to workers’ rights
The CCP is by far the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases on the planet. Is that a problem?
Lessons from the pandemic days, when the world paused and the land healed
When will we see that our own house is on fire?
An ancient Jewish practice may help save us all
Stuff, and other achievements of irrationality, in Jessica Stockholder’s explorations of the third—and fourth, and fifth—dimensions
New climate-change narratives ordain humans with godly powers to undo and repair the planet. Is it science, or a new religion?
In the American Southwest, Jewish activists are joining with Native American groups to fight climate change and destruction of sacred land
Congregations around the country have found ways to protect the environment and combat the effects of climate change
The new anti-government handbook ‘The Fractured Republic’ confuses a fantasized past for a utopian future
All these studies about arctic sheets and rising sea levels have me freaking about about my favorite Jewish locales, which may eventually be submerged
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