In a first-of-its-kind mobilization, 20 major Jewish organizations announce the formation of the Jewish Climate Leadership Coalition, which will bring together Jewish community leaders and organizations who recognize the existential threat and moral urgency of climate change and commit to taking action.Read More »
Hazon and Pearlstone Announce Merger; Jakir Manela Named As New CEO
Hazon, the largest faith-based environmental organization in the U.S., and Pearlstone, one of the largest Jewish retreat centers and Jewish outdoor education sites in North America, announced today that their boards of directors have unanimously approved a proposal to merge the two organizations, with Jakir Manela serving as the inaugural CEO.Read More »
A Declaration of Interdependence: Chanukah is Unity in Diversity
2020 is coming to a close—a year of staggering political debacles further catalyzing human and ecological catastrophes. Convenience-culture has kick-started a new geologic age. Transnational corporations and consumer-driven societies have launched this Anthropocene Era. Our kakistocracy (a system of government which is run by the worst, least qualified, or most …Read More »
Letters: From Then to Now. And Where Next?
"...I reiterate – this is never more necessary than today – that human beings can change things for good. It is the lesson of human history. It is certainly the lesson of Jewish history."Read More »
Teshuvah and Environmental Sustainability
What does it mean that Hazon is the Jewish lab for sustainability?Read More »
The Paris Accords — Now What?
In every country of the world in which Jewish people live, their government has endorsed the Paris Climate Agreement. Every religious faith community spoke up for it.Read More »
Get $4,000 for Your Jewish Foodie or Environmental Idea
Hazon awards $20,000 annually to individuals and organizations in the Denver/Boulder metro area who want to make our community healthier and more sustainable.Read More »
Farmers, Activists, Entrepreneurs, Foodies and YOU!
At this year's Hazon Food Conference, we'll connect the dots between our dinner plates and our changing climate.Read More »
Shabbat Ha’aretz: Judaism, Land Use, Social Justice and Climate Change
The next shmita cycle starts this Rosh Hashanah. Hence, September 23 begins the biblical sabbatical year. Hazon has scheduled two events to celebrate, discuss and understand.Read More »
Former Equities Trader and Iron Woman Team Up
What do they have in common? This summer, they'll lead Ramah Outdoor Adventure - the only Kosher adventure and environmental camp in the country.Read More »