What Does Sustainability Feel Like?

The phenomena we embrace are embraced precisely because of their exuberance—justice, prosperity, and sustainability. Our failing is that we reach for them with tools that will never capture their essence, be they words, statistics, or dollars.

Diversity is the Lifeline for the Future of the Climate Movement

While climate change will negatively impact all of us, people of color and low-income communities will be hit the hardest and have the fewest resources to adapt to the challenges, such as extreme weather and poor air quality, that climate change will bring. Yet, these communities are often underrepresented, if not left out completely.

Hinduism and Honoring Creation

To create a present and a future which is Earth-honoring and just to all marginalized and outcast beings, those of us who identify as Hindus must act as wise and determined servants in re-discovering the ecologically-sound wisdom embedded in our collective human history and experience.

Online Exclusives: The Place of Hope in an Age of Climate Disaster

The online exclusives below are freely accessible articles that are part of an ongoing special series associated with Tikkun’s Spring 2015 print issue, The Place of Hope in an Age of Climate Disaster. Many of our most provocative articles on this topic appeared in that print issue, which is only accessible to subscribers. Subscribe now to read the subscriber-only print articles on the web (explore the table of contents to see what you’re missing!). If you appreciate the free web-only articles below, please do enable us to keep up this important work by becoming a print subscriber or offering a donation. Diversity is the Lifeline for the Future of the Climate Movement
by Mijin Cha

Hinduism and Honoring Creation
by Chris Fici

Social Justice, the Environment, and Sikhs
by Sumeet Kaur

Let’s Establish the New Moon and Full Moon as Holidays of Earth Preservation
by Ron Feldman

Hope in the Age of Climate Consequences
by Kate Davies

What Does Sustainability Feel Like?