Home Programs Calendar Past Events

Please donate to the GZA!

 

2010 Events Calendar Archive

Click here for the current events calendar.

 


 

Dec. 26 — 31, 2010
Israel

The Arava Trans-Boundary Eco-Tour, run by the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies.

 


 

Dec. 23 — 26, 2010
Sonoma, Calif.

West Coast Hazon Food Conference, run by Hazon.

 


 

Dec. 9 — 12, 2010
Falls Village, Conn.

East Coast Hazon Food Conference, run by Hazon.

 


 

Dec. 6, 2010
New York

Burn Away the Darkness: Chanukah Happy Hour, run by the American Zionist Movement.

 


 

Dec. 5, 2010
Brooklyn

Green Chanukah Celebration and GZA General Membership Meeting, run by the Green Zionist Alliance and Greenpoint Shul.

 


 

Nov. 30, 2010
Madison, Wisc.

Green Zionism: Exploring Israel's Environmental Legacy with Karen Schapiro of the Green Zionist Alliance, at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Hillel.

 


 

Nov. 21 — 22, 2010
Falls Village, Conn.

4th Annual Training in Congregational Education, run by the Teva Learning Center. The cost is $40. To register, e-mail Laura Bellows with your name, contact information, geographic region, a bit about your teaching experience, why you are interested in attending, and how you hope to apply what you learn.

 


 

Nov. 14, 2010
Global

With Earth and Each Other: A Virtual Rally for a Better Middle East, run by Friends of the Arava Institute in partnership with Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters.

 


 

Nov. 5 — 9, 2010
New Orleans

General Assembly, run by Jewish Federations of North America.

 


 

Nov. 8 — 10, 2010
New Orleans

International Lion of Judah Conference, run by Jewish Federations of North America.

 


 

Oct. 27 — 28, 2010
Tel Aviv

EnergyTech Exhibition & Conference, run by Quantum Business Group Ltd.

 


 

Oct. 30, 2010
Washington

Afterparty to Restore Tzedek, run by Religious Action Center.

 


 

Oct. 19 — 26, 2010
Israel

The Arava Institute and Hazon Israel Ride, run by Hazon.

 


 

Oct. 12 — 15, 2010
Putnam Valley, N.Y.

Social Justice Training for Jewish Educators with Joanna Kent Katz, run by Eden Village Camp.

 


 

Oct. 7, 2010
Global

The Story of Noah and its Relationship to Climate Change webinar, run by the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life and co-sponsored by the Green Zionist Alliance and Hazon.

 


 

Oct. 8 — 10, 2010
Putnam Valley, N.Y.

Green Israel Summit 4: Green Renewal Shabbat, run by the Green Zionist Alliance.

 


 

Oct. 10, 2010
Global

International Day of Climate Action, organized by 350.org.

 


 

Sept. 27 — 29, 2010
Putnam Valley, N.Y.

Introduction to Permaculture and Sukkot Exploration, run by Eden Village Camp.

 


 

Sept. 28, 2010
San Francisco

Chewing on Food Justice: Mind Your Agri-Business, run by Hazon.

 


 

Sept. 22 — 26, 2010
Falls Village, Conn.

Fifth Annual Sukkahfest, run by the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center.

 


 

Sept. 23 — 26, 2010
Pescadero, Calif.

Sukkot on the Farm Festival, run by the Wilderness Torah.

 


 

Sept. 26, 2010
Perkasie, Penn.

Sukkot Harvest Supper: A Celebration of Nature's Bounty Rooted in Judaism, run by Hazon.

 


 

Sept. 26, 2010
Putnam Valley, N.Y.

Sukkot Harvest Festival at Eden Village Camp, run by Eden Village Camp.

 


 

Sept. 1, 2010
New York

Green Zionism: Exploring Israel's Environmental Legacy, with GZA President David Krantz, at Yeshiva University's Stern College for Women.

 


 

Sept. 3 — 6, 2010
New York

Hazon New York Ride, run by Hazon — watch a video of a previous year's ride here!

 


 

July 25 — Aug. 1, 2010
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem & Ramallah

ECOWEEK 2010: Young Architexts Forum in the Middle East, run by ECOWEEK.

 


 

July 12 — 16, 2010
Tel Aviv

International Geographic Union / Union Géographique Internationale Regional Conference, run by the Israeli National Commission for Geography.

 


 

July 4, 2010
England

Jewish Environmental Bike Ride, cycling from London to Southend, organized by Jewish Community Centre for London.

 


 

June 28, 2010
New York

The Green Dream: Herzl, Zionism and Israel's Environment, with GZA Co-Founder Dr. Alon Tal, organized by the Green Zionist Alliance and the American Zionist Movement, and co-sponsored by JNF-USA, the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life, and the Aliyah Center.

 


 

June 28, 2010
New York

Peace Building & Environmental Stewardship Award Presentation to Dr. Alon Tal, organized by Friends of the Arava Institute.

 


 

June 15 — 17, 2010
Jerusalem

36th World Zionist Congress.

 


 

June 5, 2010
Global

World Environment Day, organized by the United Nations Environment Programme.

 


 

June 6, 2010
Ottawa

Beyond Caring for Creation: Advancing a Jewish Sustainability Ethic for the 21st Century, with GZA Executive Director Noam Dolgin, at the Soloway JCC.

 


 

June 7 — 10, 2010
Cold Spring, N.Y.

The 15th Annual Teva Seminar on Jewish Environmental Education, run by Teva Learning Center.

 


 

May 23, 2010
New York

Salute to Israel Parade, a project of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York.

 


 

May 5, 2010
New York

Water: A Commodity So in Demand, It May Even Buy Peace, at the JCC in Manhattan, presented by JNF-USA.

 


 

May 7 — 10, 2010
California

Hazon California Ride, run by Hazon.

 


 

May 9, 2010
Washington

Teva Spring Community Green Learning Festival, presented by the Teva Learning Center.

 


 

May 2, 2010
Global

Lag Ba'Omer: The 33rd day of the Omer, a day for outdoor activities, bonfires and celebration.

 


 

April 26 — 28, 2010
Palo Alto, Calif.

Israel Cleantech Tour, run by The California Israel Chamber of Commerce.

 


 

April 25, 2010
New York

Green for Queens Earth Day Fair, presented by the Teva Learning Center.

 


 

April 22, 2010
Global

Earth Day: The 40th annual Earth Day.

 


 

April 24, 2010
Global

Herzl Day: Marking the 150th anniversary of Herzl's birth.

 


 

April 14 — 20, 2010
Paris, Basle (Switz.), Vienna, Budapest and Jerusalem

Homage to Herzl Birthday Bash, Dor Hemshech track, run by the World Zionist Organization. The itinerary can be found here and registration information here.

 


 

April 20, 2010
Global

Yom Ha'atzmaut: Israeli Independence Day.

 


 

April 16, 2010
Philadelphia

How the Jewish Food Movement Is Changing the World with Nigel Savage of Hazon at Germantown Jewish Center.

 


 

April 18, 2010
Newton Centre, Mass.

Green Jewish Community Learning Fest, presented by the Teva Learning Center.

 


 

March 22, 2010
Global

World Water Day, coordinated by IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.

 


 

March 2, 2010
New York

The Environment as a Bridge to Peace in the Middle East, run by the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, at 8 p.m. in Kimmel room 405 on the campus of New York University (NYU).

 


 

March 17, 2010
New York

NY Ride Launch Event with Jonathan Safran Foer, run by Hazon.

 


 

Feb. 25, 2010
Los Angeles

The Jewish Food Movement, with Hazon founder Nigel Savage, run by Sinai Temple and Hazon.

 


 

Feb. 16 — 18, 2010
Eilat, Israel

International Renewable Energy Conference & Exhibition, run by M.Technologies Group.

 


 

Feb. 18, 2010
Boulder, Colo.

Sowing the Seeds of the New Jewish Food Movement, with Hazon founder Nigel Savage, run by Hazon.

 


 

Feb. 19, 2010
Denver

Sustainable NEXT Shabbat with Birthright Israel NEXT, run by Birthright Israel NEXT and Hazon.

 


 

Feb. 20, 2010
Denver

Climate Change, the Jewish Food Movement and a New Vision, with Hazon founder Nigel Savage, run by Hazon.

 


 

Feb. 20 — 21, 2010
Foster City, Calif.

Jewish Ethics, Food, and the Environment:: A Symposium, run by Peninsula Jewish Community Center.

 


 

Feb. 22, 2010
Austin, Texas

Texas-Israel Cleanovation Conference 2010, run by Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce.

 


 

Feb. 9, 2010
Houston

Night of Israeli Innnovation and Collaboration Between Texas & Israel, run by Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce.

 


 

Feb. 10, 2010
San Rafael, Calif.

The Jewish Approach to Social Justice, with Rabbi Jill Jacobs, run by Osher Marin Jewish Community Center.

 


 

Jan. 27, 2010
New York

Nature Knows No Boundaries, a JNF-sponsored conversation and wine-and-cheese reception with alumni of the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies; RSVP to Shira Berenson for details.

 


 

Jan. 29, 2010
New York

Tu B'Shvat Dinner, run by Hazon.

 


 

Jan. 29, 2010
Boulder, Colo.

Tu B'Shvat Dinner, run by Hazon.

 


 

Jan. 31, 2010
Philadelphia

Tu B'Shvat Dinner, run by Hazon.

 


 

Jan. 10 — 15, 2010
Jerusalem

Manitoba Israel Water Experts Symposium, run by KKL.

 


 

Volunteer



Aytzim (Green Zionist Alliance, Inc.) is classified by the IRS as a tax-exempt nonprofit organization under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3).


Aytzim.org is a carbon-neutral website hosted by DreamHost and is best viewed in Firefox. Please donate to Aytzim!

Aytzim™, Ecological Judaism™, Jewcology™, Shomrei Breishit™, Rabbis and Cantos for the Earth™, Green Zionist Alliance™, The Grassroots Campaign for a Sustainable Israel™, Green Zionism™, Green Israel™ and Green Israel Summit™ are trademarks of Aytzim.



Copyright © 2018 Aytzim and its respective contributors. All rights reserved. May not be reproduced in any form without written permission. No quotes may be used in any media without attribution Aytzim. The opinions expressed and those of the authors do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of Aytzim, its staff or lay leaders.