Save the date, join us April 22, 2021

More than 1000 people joined in to #SoundtheCall for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in 2020.

 Click here to watch the full hour!
Click here to watch the highlights video!

This is a call to action – a call to change our behaviors, to think more equitably, to live more sustainably, to act more compassionately, to share the bounty of our planet with all who inhabit it and to protect our Earth from those who do it harm. Check out our resources supporting these efforts!

2020 Sound the Call guests included:

Bill McKibben – founder of
Neshama Carlebach – singer and songwriter
Actor Mandy Patinkin and actress Kathryn Grody
Eric Fingerhut – President, Jewish Federations of North America
Alon Tal – Israeli environmental activist and academic
David Gergen – political commentator and former presidential adviser
Ruth Messinger – former President and CEO of American Jewish World Service
Dr. Katherine  Gergen – Boston Medical Center
Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, Hazon Rabbi-in-Residence
Naomi Parr, Eli Anderson, and Lucy Waldorf – founding members of Jewish Youth Climate Movement
Rabbi Zelig Golden – Executive Director Wilderness Torah
Becky O’Brien – Hazon Director of Food and Climate
Deborah Sacks Mintz – Hadar’s Rising Song Institute
Weinberg Family Choir
Elana Brody – Singer, educator, Adamah alumna
Rabbi Tzvi Graetz – Executive Director of the Mesorti Olami, London
Stephanie Raker
Rabbi Nate DeGroot – Assistant Director and Spiritual Director Hazon Detroit
Maddy Windard and Noah Weinberg – Cohort 4 JOFEE Fellows
Revrend Abby Mahpout – Green Faith
Rabbi Claudia Kreiman – Temple Beth Zion, Boston
Shamu Sadeh and Arielle Aronoff (with baby goats!) – Adamah and Teva directors, Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center
Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg – London
Rabbi Amichai Lau Lavi – Founding Spiritual Leader of Lab/Shul NYC


We Sound the Call for:

Read more about why from Hazon President & CEO Nigel Savage.

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