This May, climate action organization Dayenu released “Rising Tides, Rising Voices: Songs for the Jewish Climate Movement,” a digital songbook, which brings together a diverse set of songs—Jewish and secular, English and Hebrew, chanted and sung—for Jewish climate activism.
“There are things we can do, but reducing your carbon footprint, while good, is not what will make the biggest difference.”
“The focus of the fest this year was about investing in solutions, and pulling away from supporting the systems that perpetuate the problem,”
Abby Bresler is a senior at Dartmouth College and the coordinator of the Jewish Youth Climate Movement.
Rabbi Dev Noily, cofounder of Jews on Ohlone Land, on why climate activists need to follow indigenous leadership.
Gidon Bromberg is a cofounder of EcoPeace Middle East, a tri-national Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian NGO focused on environmental cooperation.
Q&A with Rachel Binstock, organizer with Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action, about spiritual adaptation to climate crisis.