Har HaShem Hosting 2023 Symposium on Spirituality and the Environment

From Moses to Greta: Leadership Lessons for Facing Up to Climate Change

Sunday, November 12; 1:00-3:00pm

The Symposium will focus on bringing people together to explore perspectives on environmentalism from faith and spiritual traditions. We bring forward teachers, academics, faith-based activists in dialogue and shared learning. Our hope: greater understanding leading to greater engagement in acts of environmental protection and justice.

We’ll be gathering together in person. This program will also be livestreamed on our YouTube channel.



  • Dr. Mirele B. Goldsmith is an environmental psychologist, educator, activist and founder of Jewish Earth Alliance.

  • Jennifer Pitt is the Colorado River Program Director at the National Audubon Society.

  • Grant Fuku Couch is the Co-Founder of the Conservative Caucus of Citizens Climate Lobby.

  • Moderator: Rabbi Fred Greene, Congregation Har HaShem

You can find more information about the speakers here.

We gratefully acknowledge that this Symposium is underwritten by the Bachrach Endowment Fund at Congregation Har HaShem.


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