Rabbi Lawrence Troster, GreenFaith‘s Rabbinic Scholar-in-Residence, is one of the leading Jewish eco-theologians in the world today and is regarded as an exciting speaker and master teacher. He has preached and lectured at many synagogues, churches and interfaith settings. He has also been a keynote speaker at many conferences.
Rabbi Troster is a nationally recognized religious-environmental scholar and leader. A co-founder of the GreenFaith Fellowship Program, through which he trained over 40 Fellows from around the country, he has also worked as the Rabbinic Fellow of the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL), an Adjunct Lecturer at the Jewish Theological Seminary, a Steinhardt Fellow at the Center for Life and Learning, a Program Officer at the Jewish Life Network, and as a rabbi of congregations in Toronto and New Jersey. He is on the editorial board of Conservative Judaism and he has published and lectured widely on theology, environmentalism, liturgy, bioethics, modern cosmology and Judaism. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto and the Jewish Theological Seminary.