Fundamentally transforming Jewish education through experiential learning that fosters Jewish and ecological sustainability.
We commit to this Brit Adamah in honor of Tu B’Shvat, the holiday of the trees. Use this blank Brit Adamah for families, as they commit to saving trees, conserving resources, and protecting the land, in honor of Tu B'Shvat.
Use this collection of thought-provoking quotes to spark discussion about the wisdom of Shabbat, our ultimate Jewish environmental holiday!
I commit to this Brit Adamah--Covenant with the Earth--in honor of Tu Bishvat, the holiday of the trees. Use this blank Brit Adamah card for students of all ages, as part of a discussion about Tu Bishvat, and their role in protecting trees, conserving resources and caring for the land.
Here are 18 easy things the Teva Learning Center suggests you can do in your daily life to live the value of Bal Taschit--do not waste.
The goal of this activity is to learn practical solutions to energy reduction, to begin analyzing the energy use practices of the synagogue, and to discuss and develop a class-led project to help the synagogue reduce its
Perform a Synagogue Environmental Audit:
· In small groups, please answers the questions outlined in the audit sheet(s) attached.
· Your results will be used to help the synagogue measure its current environmental impact
(“footprint”) and to identify effective ways your community can make change!
The Goals of this activity are:
· To learn the need for compromise and teamwork
· To learn Jewish values related to urban planning
· To learn to apply responsibilities and values in the “real” world
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