This one-page handout discusses several universities and institutions in Israel where students can learn about the environment for study abroad and bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. read more.
Rainbow Day, יום ברית הקשת Remember the Rainbow Covenant on Shabbat Noach, Shabbat Behar and Rainbow Day! Celebrate Rainbow Day and the Rainbow Covenant with all life! In the Rainbow Day curriculum, you'll find Torah, prayers and liturgies, midrashim about rainbows, lesson plans about seed-saving, learning from Hoshea and Ezekiel, Kabbalah and midrash, and project ideas&... read more.
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum View a print version l View a source sheet The Land of Israel is described as “A land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates; a land of olive oil and honey." These seven species were the staple foods consumed by the Jewish peo... read more.
Environmental Responsibility at School * by Hadas Yellinek, Coordinator of the Community and Nature Program at Teva Ivri * Hebrew Version Produced by Teva Ivri – Jewish Nature English Translation Courtesy of Jewish Agency for Israel – Partnership2Gether Target Population: Elementary School Noah lived in a period in which he was required to assume re... read more.
By Rabbi Shlomo Levin and Yonatan Neril  View a Printable Version | View a Source Sheet ... read more.
By Leiba Chaya David View a Print Version l View a Source Sheet The Land of Israel has been conquered and divided, and Jewish farmers have settled into the yearly cycle of growth and harvest. Now they are given a special commandment... read more.
Attached is an extensive source and discussion sheet for the question of whether jewish values support or oppose the genetic engineering of foods. The topic has been divided into 6 Jewish themes, in my view each theme seems to give it's own opinion on how Judiasm views this topic, and the overall picture is complicated. But that is how it is with good Jewish debate. Themes for Discussion: 1. Whose world is it? ... read more.
By Shimshon Stüart Siegel View a Printable Version | View a Source Sheet The Torah portion Tetzaveh continues the instructions for the building of the Mishkan, or Sanctuary,... read more.
By Akiva Gersh View a Printable Version | View a Source Sheet There is a well-known Midrash  (an originally oral teaching that comes to explain the written Torah)that tells of G-d taking Adam on a tour of the world shortly after his creation. At the end of the tour, G-d says to Adam, “Now, make sure you don’t destroy this world, for there will be no one after you to come and fix i... read more.
By Udi Hammerman View a Printable Version | View a Source Sheet Shemot, the Hebrew title of the Book of Exodus, means “names”, suggesting how significant the issue of identity will be as the saga of Jewish slavery, redemption and revelation unfolds. Shemot opens with a list of the names of the Children of Israel as they came down to Egypt,... read more.