Hazon in the Media – 2022

Shmita-scale learning: A seven-year reflection from Jewish environmental leaders
By Jakir Manela, Rabbi Zelig Golden, and Adam Weisberg, eJewish Philanthropy, December 7, 2022

Jewish Youth Climate Movement Fellows Attend U.N. Climate Change Conference in Egypt
By Simone Ellin, JMore, November 23, 2022

Climate change activist breaks tablet on ‘Mount Sinai’ to recreate biblical act
By Yasmine Leung, HITC, November 15, 2022

Teens’ Climate Event
By Danny Schwartz, The Detroit Jewish News, November 14, 2022

Activists smash tablets atop ‘Mount Sinai’ to launch faith-based climate push
By Sue Surkes, The Times of Israel, November 13, 2022

Faith Communities Leading on Climate | COP27 All In Action Center – Session Recording
By America Is All In, November 11, 2022

To Tackle the Climate Crisis, Philanthropy Needs to Get Religion
By Fletcher Harper , Yonatan Neril , and Susan Hendershot, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, November 8, 2022

Next Dor: An Environmental Warrior
By Danny Schwartz, The Detroit Jewish News, November 2, 2022

EWS Alum Heads to Israel, Egypt for COP27
Jewish Herald-Voice, November 3, 2022

Jewish Youth Delegation Headed to Israel, Egypt To Represent at COP27
By Becky O’Brien, The Boulder Jewish News, November 1, 2022

Israel Ride Team Includes Local Bikers
By Alexander Stone, The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle, October 27, 2022

Israel’s big delegation to COP27 hoping to make connections, help climate with tech
By Sue Surkes, The Times of Israel, October 25, 2022

Celebrating Nigel Savage
50 Years, Pardes, October 2022

Rabbi Rappaport Taking On Jewish Climate Leadership Role
By Miri Verona, TCJewfolk, October 13,2022

Climate Leadership Coalition
By Ashley Zlatopolsky, The Detroit Jewish News, October 6, 2022

Helping Jewish funders step up on climate change
By Rabbi Rebecca W. Sirbu, Jewish Funders Network, published in eJewish Philanthropy, October 4, 2022

Lander-Grinspoon joins Jewish coalition on climate crisis
By Daily Hampshire Gazette, September 27, 2022

Major Jewish Organizations Form Coalition To Act On Climate Crisis
By Carol Devine, Blessed Tomorrow, September 21, 2022

Hazon and 20 Jewish organizations launch environmental coalition to fight climate change
By Jillian Diamond, Baltimore Jewish Times, September 21, 2022

Coalition of Organizations Forms to Combat Climate Change
By Megacast, Civic Center TV, September 21, 2022

Major Jewish Organizations Form Coaltion To Act On Climate Crisis
By Becky O’Brien, Blessed Tomorrow, September 21, 2022

Guardians of the Earth
By Yevgeniya Gazman, The Detroit Jewish News, September 21, 2022

Hazon convenes coalition of major Jewish groups in new international initiative to fight climate change
By Ben Sales, eJewish Philanthropy, September 15, 2022

Major Jewish organizations form coalition to act on climate crisis; issue open call for Jewish organizations everywhere to join
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, September 15, 2022

Michigan Jewish Food Festival connects community with Earth
By WXYZ Detroit, August 21, 2022

Hazon Michigan Jewish Food Festival WXYZ – TV Detroit (Youtube)
By WXYZ – TV Detroit, August 21, 2022

Hazon’s Jewish Food Festival Is Back Live and in-Person at Detroit’s Outdoor Adventure Center
By Stacy Gittleman, The Detroit Jewish News, August 18, 2022

Your Daily Phil: Impact investing moves into the mainstream + New models of the community emerging
By eJewish Philanthropy, August 15, 2022

Jewish Youth Climate Movement Baltimore Chapter Confronts Climate Issues
By Jillian Diamond, Baltimore Jewish Times, August 5, 2022

Meet Julia Cunnien, Who Helps the Community Grow One Garden at a Time
By Rachel Sweet, The Detroit Jewish News, August 3, 2022

A New Generation of Jewish Farmers Returns to the Land
By Noah Phillips, Moment Magazine, July 12, 2022

36 to Watch: Jessica Haller, 47, Advocate for Women in Local Government
By New York Jewish Week, June 28, 2022

The American Moshav Movement: A guide to the earth-based, shtetl-positive Jewish communities spanning North America
By Madison Margolin, Tablet Magazine, June 20, 2022

Meet Newton’s Lucy Waldorf, Teen Climate Activist
By Kara Baskin, Jewish Boston, June 16, 2022

What Does Judaism Have To Do With Climate Change?
By Kara Baskin, Jewish Boston, June 8, 2022

Get Ethically-Sourced Kosher Meat and Kosher Vegetarian Burgers at the Festival Sunday
By Chany Scheiner, Boulder Jewish News, June 7, 2022

Inside the new project to professionalize the Jewish retreat sector
By Daniela Cohen, eJewish Philanthropy, June 3, 2022

Anita Pazner
By Jeanine Matlow, Downtown News Magazine, June 1, 2022

Jewish sustainability organization Hazon Detroit hires Amit Weitzer to lead
By Hannah Davis, Washtenaw Jewish News, June 2022

New Field-Building Initiative Launches for Jewish Retreating
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, June 1, 2022

VIDEO: Farming, Climate and Judaism
By Carol Devine, Blessed Tomorrow, May 26, 2022

Harnessing the Social Brain at JCDS’s Middle School
By Shira Deener, Jewish Boston, May 23, 2022

Topsy-Turvy Bus inspiring child-like awe at every turn
WXYZ, May 15, 2022

JPro22 attendees commemorate Yom Hazikaron
By Meghan Walsh, Cleveland Jewish News, May 4 2022

A Multifaith Community Fills Stomachs – and the Food Gap – in Detroit
By Olivia Diaz, Sojourners Magazine, May 2022

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! With Guest Karen Lewis
Podcast by Michael Pont, For the Love of Judaism, April 21, 2022

Interfaith Panel on Climate Change Hosted by ENERGY STAR
Guest speaker, Jakir Manela, ENERGY STAR Panel Discussion, April 20, 2022

Derech Eretz: Way of the World, Season 3, Episode 21
Guest speaker, Becky O’Brian, Derech Eretz, April 3, 2022

A tale of two cities: Lviv and Amsterdam
By Meredith Levick, eJewish Philanthropy, March 30, 2022

Jewish leadership program talks environmental, sustainable action among Jewish community
by Jonathan Wang, Michigan Daily, March 28, 2022

Collaboration Aims to Bring More Plant-Based Menu Items To Jewish-Based Food Service Operations
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, March 17, 2022

Sierra Club reinstates trips to Israel following outcry from Jewish groups
By Gabe Stutman, JTA, March 16, 2022

Shmita Live: Allstar Conversation
by BioIntegrity Partnerships, The AllCreation Podcast, March 8, 2022

Berkeley Jewish filmmaker wins NAACP award; day school students win Hazon arts awards
By JStaff, Jewish News of Northern California, March 8, 2022

Local artist wins Shmita Prize
By Hannah Davis, Washtenaw Jewish News, March 2022

‘Shmita’ competition winners explore Jewish land sabbatical through art
By Esther D. Kustanowitz, The Forward, February 28, 2022

A way to forgive debts and leave fields fallow — even if you’re not a farmer in Israel
By Mira Fox, The Forward, February 9, 2022

Hazon’s Shmita Prizes recognizes art by Baltimore area residents
By Jesse Berman, Baltimore Jewish Times, February 8, 2022

Hazon Announces Winners of Shmita-Themed Art Competition
By Becky O’Brien, Boulder Jewish News, February 1, 2022

Hazon Announces Winners of Art Competition to Shine Spotlight on Shmita Sabbatical Year
By JMORE Staff, JMore Baltimore Jewish Living, February 1, 2022

Jewish Word | Shmita: A Sabbath for the Land—and Ourselves
By Noach Phillips, Moment Magazine, January 19, 2022

This Tu B’Shevat, A Call to Invest in Climate Action
By Noach Phillips, Moment Magazine, January 17, 2022

Ahead of Jewish Earth Day, more Jewish institutions take climate action
By Yonat Shimron, Religion News Service, January 13, 2022

How to put viable climate solutions into the hands of the people
By David Arfin, Jewish News of Northern California, January 13, 2022

Tu B’Shevat events move online amid omicron surge
By Courtney Cohn, Baltimore Jewish Times, January 12, 2022

Hazon Detroit’s Wren Hack & “Elements of Life: Moving Together with Nature”
CivicCenterTV, January 11. 2022

Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest Returns
Boulder Jewish News, January 6, 2022

Hazon Detroit’s Program Intertwines Art, Clothing and Dance to Talk About Tu b’Shevat, Climate Change
By Danny Schwartz, Detroit Jewish News, January 5, 2022

Climate change is here: It’s time for Jews to take action
By Rabbi Jennie Rosenn & Jakir Manela, eJewish Philanthropy, January 5, 2022

Shmitah and organizational change
By Elyssa Hurwitz, eJewish Philanthropy, January 5, 2022