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Biodata of Shlomo E. Glicksberg, author of "Global Warming According to Jewish Law: Three Circles of Reference"

Dr. Shlomo E. Glicksberg obtained his second degree in Jewish History and his Ph.D. in Jewish law at the Bar-Ilan University in 2006. His doctoral thesis was on the subject of the preventing of environmental hazards in the Jewish law. He teaches at Efrata College, the Lander institute Jerusalem academic center, and Bar-Ilan University. Dr. Glicksberg is the rabbi of a large congregation in Jerusalem and the co-editor of "Siah Sadeh," which is an online journal on Judaism and the environment. His research interests are the historical, legal, and philosophical aspects of Jewish law with a focus on the meeting points of Judaism and the environment.

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