Environment Highlights from the Tikkun Archive

The Tikkun print archive goes back twenty-five years. We are hugely grateful to a team of volunteers and interns who have been putting the archive online over the last two years, a task now near to completion. You can explore it here. In the next phase the team will create more pages like this selecting archived articles on particular themes. This one was created by one of our interns and doesn’t necessarily reflect official editorial choices: there will be time for that later, we hope! Volunteers will also be writing short blurbs for each article to enable you to scan the content easily. If you would like to volunteer on this project please email us at archive@tikkun.org and please be patient if we take a while to reply.

“Toward a Meaningful Ecological Politics” by Paul Wapner, May/June 1996

“Happy Birthday, World” by Bradley Shavit Artson, September/October 1996

“The Ultimate Therapy” by Jeremy Rifkin, May/June 1998

“A Kabbalah For the Environmental Age” by Arthur Green, September/October 1999

“A Global Gamble” by S. George Philander, November/December 1999

“The Challenge of the Twenty-First Century” by Fritjof Capra, January/February 2000

“Clinton’s Environmental Legacy” by Paul Wapner, March/April 2001

“Economic Globalization and the Environment” by Jerry Mander, September/October 2001

“Food For Thought” by Antonia Juhasz, September/October 2003

“From Waste To Wonder” by Natan Margalit, July/August 2004

“The Emerging Alliance of Religion and Ecology” by Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim, January/February 2005

“The Air We Breathe…” by Noreena Hertz, January/February 2005

“Environmentalism As Spirituality” by Roger S. Gottlieb, May/June 2006

“A Meaningful Democratic Platform on Climate Change” by Benjamin Goldstein and Paul Wapner, September/October 2006

“Carbon: Tax Not Cap-and-Trade” by Dan Rosenblum and Charles Komanoff, July/August 2007

 
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