Einat Kramer

Einat is Director of Israeli NGO, Teva Ivri (“Jewish Nature”), engaged nationally in increasing the connection between Judaism and environmental discourse in Israel. Einat lectures in Israel and abroad, and appears regularly on Israeli television and radio – she currently has a weekly slot on Channel 1 in which she connects a socio-environmental topic with...
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Rabbi Gregory Kotler

Охрана природы как заповедь Торы | Torah and the Environment

Охрана природы- это не только прихоть прекраснодушных либералов, но и настоятельная потребность, заповедь Торы и проявление нашей любви к Земле Израиля. Тора возлагает на нас задачу хранить этот мир таким, каким он был создан для нас и для последующих поколений. Более подробно об этом – в занятии р. Григория Котляра.

Jessica Haller and Rabbi Joshua Ratner

Jessica Haller is an environmental professional and sustainability champion. As a Leader with The Climate Reality Project, she has engaged hundreds of people on climate issues through presentations and local action. She serves on the board of Hazon, the Riverdale Nature Preservancy, and the advisory board of Eden Village Camp. Jessica’s involvement in sustainability is...
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Dr. Daniel Fainstein

Decano y profesor de Estudios Judaicos de la Universidad Hebraica, Mexico. Completó con honores su formación académica en la Universidad de Buenos Aires, en la Universidad Hebrea de Jerusalén y en la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, donde se doctoró en Ciencias Políticas y Sociales. Su tesis doctoral “Secularización, Profecía, y Liberación” fue distinguida con...
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Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb

Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb has served Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation – a thriving serious progressive community of some 480 households in Bethesda, Maryland — for nearly two decades, since well before his 1997 ordination from Philadelphia’s Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Brandeis University (1991) and a Wexner Graduate Fellow with a...
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