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Shalom, I am delighted that my latest book, VEGAN REVOLUTION: SAVING THE WORLD, ...
by Maxine Lyons I find new signs of hope and gratitude for the changes that I fe...
by Rabbi Katy Z. Allen I turned inward with the lockdown. I didn’t wa...
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Rabbi Yonatan Neril shares the realities of the egg industry in Israel – a...
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Join Rabbi Yonatan Neril in exploring water waste and recycling in Israel. If yo...
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The greatest threat to humanity today is arguably climate change. We are on a path that could lead to an uninhabitable world by the end of the century unless major, transformative changes soon occur. And disaster might strike even sooner if self-reinforcing positive feedback loops (vicious cycles) ...
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by Richard Schwartz There are many connections that can be made between the sacred Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur and plant-based diets which may be interpreted as “vegan,” or at least “vegetarian.” Vegetarians eat no animal flesh, while vegans also avoid dairy products and eggs, and many d...
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On Chanukah, do you ever question the origins or impact of the traditional donut - the sufganiya? Join Rabbi Yonatan Neril as he asks about these delicious treats! https://www.facebook.com/jewishecoseminars/videos/2230149410368746/ Filmed in Jerusalem, 2018....
Rabbi Yonatan Neril of Jewish Eco Seminars filmed this video about wastefulness of food. It challenges us to question: What is a reasonable amount of chametz (leavened bread) to destroy before Pesach? How can we plan for getting rid of chametz in order to minimize the amount of edible food...