Content on Environment
The German-Jewish scientist Fritz Haber is a classic example of how science is a double-edged sword.
How many resources should we devote to “longtermist” versus “near-termist” goals?
Just as insects care for their young behind the scenes, God cares for us behind the scenes even when it isn’t obvious.
How can an understanding of other primates help us better understand our relationship to humanity?
Light pollution is a bigger problem than many of us realize, and it is having a significant negative impact on all living things.
The definition of what’s Kosher for Passover has evolved more than you may think.
Why are grains like wheat so important in the Bible – and in human history in general?
What paleontologists know about the history of life on Earth is critical for protecting its future – and we also probably have more fun doing what we do than any other group of scientists..
In her work with Interfaith Power and Light, Joelle Novey demonstrates how religious communities can use spirituality and look into their hearts to deal with contentious issues like climate change.
Rabbi Daniel Swartz is a prominent voice in connecting Jews with environmental activism – and other faith groups as well.
Dr. Luisa Cortesi shares her experiences living in places where climate change has hit far too hard for anyone to regard it as a myth.
The Noah’s Ark narrative may be popular with children, but it is also a disturbing tale of “do-overs.”