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David Krantz

David Krantz

IGERT Solar Utilization Network Fellow, School of Sustainability

krantz@asu.edu

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502

Titles

  • PhD Candidate, Sustainability, School of Sustainability
  • IGERT Solar Utilization Network Fellow, School of Sustainability
  • Instructor, School of Sustainability, College of Global Futures
  • Lecturer, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Rutgers University

Biography

David Krantz is a National Science Foundation IGERT Fellow and a Wrigley Fellow researching solar-energy policy and faith-based environmentalism.

He also runs the environmental nonprofit, Aytzim: Ecological Judaism, parent organization of Jewcology.org, the Green Zionist Alliance, EcoJews of the Bay, Jews of the Earth, and Shomrei Breishit: Rabbis and Cantors for the Earth. He serves on the board of directors of Interfaith Moral Action on Climate and is on the founding team of Interfaith Oceans. He previously served as a leadership fellow at the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life; as a global-justice fellow at American Jewish World Service; and as a member of the board of directors of the American Zionist Movement and Arizona Interfaith Power & Light.

Teaching Experience

Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior 175, Energy and Society, Rutgers University

Teaching Assistant Experience

  • Journalism 324 - News Reporting and Writing - Rutgers University
  • Journalism 278 - Mass Media and Government in American Society - Rutgers University
  • History 98 - Directed Group Study - University of California-Berkeley
  • Sustainability 311 - Future Thinking and Strategies - Arizona State University
  • Sustainability 321 - Policy and Governance in Sustainable Systems - Arizona State University
  • Sustainability 325 - Economics of Sustainability (grader experience)
  • Sustainability 594 - Urban Sustainability Redevelopment (grader experience)

Projects

Research Associate Experience

  • “Green Chemistry.” The Sustainability Consortium (Arizona State University and the University of Arkansas).
  • “Identifying Key Areas in the City of Phoenix for Infiltration and Retention Using Low-Impact Development.” School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning (Arizona State University), Bureau of Reclamation (U.S. Department of the Interior), The Nature Conservancy, City of Phoenix, Maricopa County (Ariz.) Air Quality Department and the Flood Control District of Maricopa County (Ariz.).
  • “Sustainable Faith Communities Project.” LightWorks (Arizona State University) and the School for the Future of Innovation in Society (Arizona State University).

Spoken Languages:
Hebrew (working proficiency); Spanish (working proficiency)

Education

  • MA, Judaic Studies, New York University
  • MPA, Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy, Specializing in Public-Policy Analysis with a Focus on Environmental and Food Policy, New York University
  • MJ, Journalism, University of California-Berkeley
  • BA, Hebraic Studies, Rutgers University
  • BA, Journalism and Mass Media, Rutgers University

Expertise

External Links

Journal Articles

2021

Krantz, D. 2021. COP and the cloth: Quantitatively and normatively assessing religious NGO participation at the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Sci 3(2):27. DOI: 10.3390/sci3020024. (link )

Meerow, S. A., M. Natarajan and D. Krantz. 2021. Green infrastructure performance in arid and semi-arid urban environments. Urban Water Journal 18(4):275-285. DOI: 10.1080/1573062X.2021.1877741. (link )

2020

Krantz, D. 2020. Solving problems like Maria: A case study and review of collaborative hurricane-resilient solar energy and autogestión in Puerto Rico. Journal of Sustainability Research 3(1):1-89. DOI: 10.20900/jsr20210004. (link )

2018

Krantz, D. 2018. Solar sacrifice: How an Arizona church lost money by going solar -- and solutions for when energy incentives fail to serve the needs of nonprofits. Case Studies in the Environment DOI: 10.1525/cse.2017.000646. (link )

2016

Krantz, D. 2016. Shmita revolution: The reclamation and reinvention of the sabbatical year. Religions 7(8):100. DOI: 10.3390/rel7080100. (link )

Books

2014

Krantz, D. ed. 2014. Jewish Energy Guide. Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life and the Green Zionist Alliance. (link )

Book Chapters

2024

Krantz, D. 2024. Tragedies and successes of the commons: The Israeli kibbutz as a case study of community resilience against capitalism. Pp. 1-4 In: Brears, R. ed., The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Futures. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. ISBN: 978-3-030-51812-7.

2023

Krantz, D. 2023. Climate and covenant: A case study of the functions, goals and tensions of faith at the 23rd Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Pp. 282-302 In: Köhrsen, J., J. Blanc and F. Huber eds., Religious Environmental Activism: Emerging Conflicts and Tensions in Earth Stewardship. Routledge. Oxon, UK and New York. ISBN: 9780367862534.

Krantz, D. 2023. Fighting the fossil-fuel pharaoh: American Jews and climate action. Pp. 357-372 In: Haynes, J. ed., Routledge Handbook of Religion and Politics. Routledge. Oxon, UK and New York. ISBN: 9781032161488.

2019

Krantz, D. 2019. Is yellow the new green? The banal environmentalism of The Simpsons. In: Waltonen, K. and D. Du Vernay eds., The Simpsons' Beloved Springfield: Essays on the TV Series and Town That are Part of Us All. McFarland & Company, Inc.. Jefferson, NC. ISBN: 978-1476674551.

2018

Krantz, D. 2018. Elul: The month for climate action. In: Allen, K. Z. ed., Earth Etudes for Elul: Spiritual Reflections for the Season. Strong Voices Publishing. ISBN: 978-0990536161.

2014

Krantz, D. 2014. A green future for Israel. Pp. 35-39 In: Krantz, D. ed., Jewish Energy Guide. Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life and the Green Zionist Alliance. New York, NY. (link )

Krantz, D. 2014. Green your conference. Pp. 57 In: Krantz, D. ed., Jewish Energy Guide. Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life and the Green Zionist Alliance. New York, NY. (link )

Krantz, D. 2014. Green your home. Pp. 50 In: Krantz, D. ed., Jewish Energy Guide. Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life and the Green Zionist Alliance. New York, NY. (link )

Krantz, D. 2014. The next jubilee. Pp. 100 In: Krantz, D. ed., Jewish Energy Guide. Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life and the Green Zionist Alliance. New York, NY. (link )

Posters

2019

Graffy, E., D. Krantz, J. O'Leary and M. West. 2019. Sustainable energy, education and knowledge-sharing (SEEK): Catalyzing energy transitions with social values. Poster presented at the Second International Conference on Energy Research and Social Science, May 2019, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D., T. Nietzold, J. Otten and M. Patterson. 2019. Resilient PV systems for disaster response: A case study in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Poster presented at the Eighth Annual Student Conference on Renewable Energy Science, Technology and Policy, November 2019, Biosphere 2, Oracle, AZ.

2018

Krantz, D., T. Nietzold, J. Otten and M. Patterson. 2018. Resilient PV systems for disaster response. Poster presented at the Seventh Annual Student Conference on Renewable Energy Science, Technology and Policy, November 2018, Biosphere 2, Oracle, AZ.

2016

Krantz, D. 2016. The communal impact when religious congregations go solar. Poster presented at the Closing the Carbon Cycle, 28-30 September 2016, Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D. 2016. The communal impact when religious congregations go solar. Poster presented at the Fifth Annual Student Conference on Renewable Energy Science, Technology, and Policy, 15-16 September 2016, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.

Presentations

2023

Krantz, D. 2023. A history and typology of the Jewish-environmental movement in the United States.” After Earth? Religion and technology on a changing planet. Presentation at the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, February 2023, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D. 2023. ESG on campus: Student-led sustainable finance at ASU and building a student-led ESG network. Presentation at the Sustainable & Impact Investing Learning and Knowledge (SIILK), February 2023, Intentional Endowments Network, via Zoom.

Krantz, D. 2023. Green galut: The Jewish-environmental movement in the United States. Presentation at the Religion and the Natural Environment – Multiple Perspectives, January 2023, The Center for the Study of Conversion and Inter-Religious Encounters (CSoC) at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Be’er Sheva, Israel.

2022

Krantz, D. 2022. Campus ESG: Development of student-run sustainable investing at Arizona State University. Presentation at the Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education, November 2022, Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), via Zoom.

Krantz, D. 2022. Climate change and global energy issues: A primer. Presentation at the Globalization: Challenges in International Economics and Politics, July 2022, School of Professional Studies, Columbia University, New York, via Zoom.

Krantz, D. 2022. Rosh Hashanah LaBehema: Balancing creation in Jewish cosmology. Presentation at the Rosh Hashanah LaBehema: The New Year for Animals, August 2022, Aytzim: Ecological Judaism, via Zoom.

Krantz, D. 2022. Shmita: A biblical vision for conservation, environmentalism and stewardship. Presentation at the Twelfth International Conference on Religion & Spirituality in Society, June 2022, University of Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain.

Krantz, D. 2022. The business of Shmita: Lessons on corporate sustainability from the biblical sabbatical year. Presentation at the International Conference: Sustainability – the Future of Business, June 2022, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny W Katowicach (Katowice, Poland).

2021

Alexander, R., D. Fugere, D. Krantz and L. Samuelrich. 2021. Shareholder advocacy: The game has changed. Are we winning?. Presentation at the ESG for Impact! 2021 Conference, First Affirmative Financial Network, October 2021, Colorado Springs, CO.

Bhat, S., V. Chen, J. A. Ivy, D. Krantz and C. Zwillinger. 2021. An Engine No. 1 for academia? Developing a student-led coalition for university endowment shareholder engagement. Presentation at the Climate Action Pursuit: Toward Justice and Resilience, June 2021, Second Nature and Intentional Endowments Network (Zoom).

Krantz, D. 2021. Aytzim: Jewish eco-values in action and on one foot. Presentation at the Applying Jewish and Other Religions' Values to Help Save the World, April 2021, Jewish Vegetarian Society, Jerusalem (Zoom).

Krantz, D. 2021. From Dave Chappelle to South Park: Shmita in western popular culture. Presentation at the Shmita: A Day of Online Learning, May 2021, Limmud North America (Zoom).

Krantz, D. 2021. Israel's water situation: Mideast oasis or Cadillac desert?. Presentation at the Smile on Seniors of Arizona, February 2021, Phoenix, AZ (Zoom).

Krantz, D. 2021. Shmita for all animals. Presentation at the Aleph B'Elul Teach-In, Jewish Vegetarian Society, Jerusalem, August 2021, via Zoom.

Krantz, D. 2021. Shmita sustenance: Food and agriculture in the sabbatical year. Presentation at the Lunch & Learn, Wayne YMCA and the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, September 2021, via Zoom.

Krantz, D. 2021. Sova: The embrace of satiety and release of materialism in Judaism's sabbatical year. Presentation at the Religion, Materialism and Ecology: Sixth Conference of the European Forum for the Study of Religion and the Environment, May 2021, Lincoln Theological Institute for the Study of Religion and Society, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK (Zoom).

Krantz, D. 2021. The Shmita vegan: Equality between humans and fellow animals in Judaism's sabbatical year. Presentation at the Veganism: A Paradigm Shift, June 2021, via Run The World, Universita La Sapienza, Rome, Italy.

2020

Jha, Y., D. Krantz, J. Niaah, L. Supamanta and K. G. Thompson. 2020. Interfaith perspectives on just finance and reparations. Presentation at the Council of World Mission, Lutheran World Federation, World Communion of Reformed Churches, and World Council of Churches, October 2020, (Zoom).

Krantz, D. 2020. Shmita and Sova: A biblical vision for degrowth and satiety. Presentation at the 4th International SCORAI Conference, International Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Initiative, June 2020, (Zoom and Whova).

Krantz, D. 2020. Sova: Pausing capitalism and embracing degrowth in Judaism's sabbatical year. Presentation at the Digital NEST Conference 2020, Network for Early Career Researchers in Sustainability Transitions (NEST) (Sustainability Transitions Research Network [STRN]), May 2020, (Zoom).

2019

Dunton, M., D. Krantz, A. Lopez and K. Orrick. 2019. Sustainability restaurant review: Part 1. Presentation at the Arizona Businesses Advancing Sustainability, January 2019, Tempe, AZ.

Dunton, M., D. Krantz and K. Orrick. 2019. Sustainability restaurant review: Part 2. Presentation at the Arizona Businesses Advancing Sustainability, August 2019, Tempe, AZ.

Grape, H., D. Krantz and N. Mohammed. 2019. Just transitions: Islamic, Christian and Jewish reflections. Presentation at the World Council of Churches — Council for World Mission Workshop on Interfaith Reflections on Just Transitions: Linking Climate & Economic Justice, January 2019, Baroipara, Bangladesh.

Krantz, D. 2019. COP and the cloth: The role of religion at the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, April 2019, Washington, DC.

Krantz, D. 2019. COP and the cloth: The role of religion at the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Presentation at the Life in the Anthropocene: Theology and the Environment, April 2019, Fordham University, New York, NY.

Krantz, D. 2019. COP and the cloth: The role of religion at the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Presentation at the Religious Environmentalism: A Field of Tensions, May 2019, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland.

Krantz, D. 2019. Navigating spiritual depths: The development of an interfaith ocean ethic. Presentation at the Religion / Water / Climate: Changing Cultures and Landscapes, June 2019, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland.

Krantz, D. 2019. Navigating spiritual depths: The development of an interfaith ocean ethic. Presentation at the Eleventh International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses, April 2019, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC.

Krantz, D. 2019. Navigating spiritual depths: The development of an interfaith ocean ethic. Presentation at the Leverage Points 2019: International Conference on Sustainability Research and Transformation, February 2019, Lüneburg, Germany.

Krantz, D. and T. Nietzold. 2019. Proyecto Solar en Salud. Presentation at the Club Rotario de Mayaguez, May 2019, Mayaguez, PR.

Krantz, D., T. Nietzold, J. Otten and M. Patterson. 2019. Community partnership for disaster-response solar PV. Presentation at the NSF RCN-SEES Predictive Modeling Network for Sustainable Human-Building Ecosystems (SHBE) International Workshop on Putting Sustainability into Convergence: Connecting Data, People and Systems, January 2019, Singapore.

2018

Krantz, D. 2018. A tree of life: Mapping the growth of the Jewish-environmental movement. Presentation at the Limmud Stockholm, November 2018, Stockholm, Sweden.

Krantz, D. 2018. A tree of life: Mapping the growth of the Jewish-environmental movement. Presentation at the Limmud Festival, December 2018, Birmingham, England, U.K.

Krantz, D. 2018. COP and the cloth: The role of religion at the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Presentation at the Religion in Environmental Change: Empirical Insights, November 2018, Basel, Switzerland.

Krantz, D. 2018. Eco-Judaism: Jewish environmental values. Presentation at the Limmud Stockholm, November 2018, Stockholm, Sweden.

Krantz, D. 2018. Eco-Zionism, Diaspora politics and Israel’s shadow government: How you can make a difference. Presentation at the Limmud Festival, December 2018, Birmingham, England, UK.

Krantz, D. 2018. How can the Jewish community in Sweden embrace Jewish environmentalism?. Presentation at the Limmud Stockholm, November 2018, Stockholm, Sweden.

Krantz, D. 2018. Is fracking kosher? The Jewish response to a transforming energy system. Presentation at the Fourth Energy and Society Conference: Energy Transitions in a Divided World, September 2018, Exeter, England.

Krantz, D. 2018. Is fracking kosher? The Jewish response to hydraulic fracturing.. Presentation at the Petrocultures Conference 2018, August 2018, Glasgow, Scotland.

Krantz, D. 2018. Is fracking kosher? The role of climate change in the Jewish response to the unconventional extraction of fossil fuels. Presentation at the Tenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses, April 2018, Berkeley, CA.

Krantz, D. 2018. Mapping the growth of the Jewish-environmental movement. Presentation at the Limmud Arizona, February 2018, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D. 2018. Navigating spiritual depths: The development of an interfaith ocean ethic. Presentation at the Stewardship of Creation: 2018 Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture, October 2018, Waco, TX.

Krantz, D. 2018. Organic beet drink and be merry: An EcoJew AMA. Presentation at the Limmud Festival, December 2018, Birmingham, England, U.K.

Krantz, D. 2018. Pickle- and sauerkraut-making: Fun with (lacto)fermentation. Presentation at the Gefiltefest at Limmud Festival, December 2018, Birmingham, England, U.K.

Krantz, D. 2018. Solar on the House of God: A review of the confluence of solar energy and religious congregations in America. Presentation at the Fourth Energy and Society Conference: Energy Transitions in a Divided World, September 2018, Exeter, England.

Krantz, D. 2018. The new concept of kosher. Presentation at the Limmud Stockholm, November 2018, Stockholm, Sweden.

Krantz, D. 2018. The origin of Aytzim (trees). Presentation at the Temple Emanuel, February 2018, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D. 2018. The practice of Sabbath and Sabbatical: Lessons from Jewish cycles of rest. Presentation at the Arizona Interfaith Power & Light, February 2018, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D., F. Ohnholz and Y. Neril. 2018. What can we do to save the environment as a Jewish community?. Presentation at the Limmud Festival, December 2018, Birmingham, England, U.K.

2017

Krantz, D. 2017. Environmental issues in Israel. Presentation at the Third Annual Barbara Siegel Memorial Israel Program, April 2017, Fort Washington, PA.

Krantz, D. 2017. First fruits: Ki Tavo and the covenant of earthly partnership. Presentation at the Webinar hosted by the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, September 2017,

Krantz, D. 2017. Judaism and the sea: A religious ethic. Presentation at the Interfaith Oceans, July 2017, Waialua, HI.

Krantz, D. 2017. Love in the time of climate change: Tu B'Av and the nature of earthly partnership. Presentation at the FED, August 2017, New York, NY.

Krantz, D. 2017. Powering the Promised Land: Fracking and energy use in Israel. Presentation at the Limmud Arizona, February 2017, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D. 2017. Shmita justice: The embodied sustainability values of Shmita ethics and practice in Judaism. Presentation at the Fifth International Conference on Ecological Theology and Environmental Ethics, October 2017, Kolympari, Greece.

Krantz, D. 2017. Shmita revival: The reconsideration and expansion of sacred land. Presentation at the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture 2017 Conference, April 2017, New York, NY.

Krantz, D. 2017. Spiritual pause. Presentation at the Compassionate Simplicity Initiative Convening, November 2017, Bonn, Germany.

Krantz, D. 2017. When energy incentives fail: A case study. Presentation at the Sixth Annual Student Conference on Renewable Energy Science, Technology and Policy, October 2017, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D. 2017. When energy incentives fail: A case study. Presentation at the QESST October Research Forum, October 2017, Tempe, AZ.

Krantz, D., M. Lorie, M. Niculescu, E. Shifman and B. Shulman. 2017. Innovation & inspiration: A panel of Fellow-led initiatives. Presentation at the 29th International Nahum Goldmann Fellowship, June 2017, Ohalo Manor, Israel.

Krantz, D. and Y. Neril. 2017. Catalyzing climate activism and promoting Jewish ecology. Presentation at the Collaboratory, March 2017, Atlanta, GA.

2016

Krantz, D. 2016. Jewish environmentalism. Presentation at the Religion and Ecology class, October 2016, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Krantz, D. 2016. The state of the Jewish-environmental movement. Presentation at the Religion and Environment class, March 2016, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University.

Krantz, D. 2016. Water wars: Israeli water usage, peace and conflict. Presentation at the Limmud Arizona, January 2016, Tempe, AZ.

2015

Krantz, D. 2015. Affecting change and social and economic justice through Zionism. Presentation at the Dual-Degree Professional Day of the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, February 2015, New York University, New York, NY.

Krantz, D. 2015. Passover and the freedom to vote. Presentation at the Congregation Ahavas Israel, April 2015, Brooklyn, NY.

2014

Krantz, D. 2014. Green politics and environmental action in Israel. Presentation at the Student Philanthropy meeting of Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund, November 2014, South San Francisco, CA.

Krantz, D. 2014. Powering the Promised Land: Fracking and energy use in Israel. Presentation at the Teva Seminar on Jewish Outdoor, Food and Environmental Education, June 2014, Falls Village, CT.

Krantz, D. 2014. Water wars: Israeli water usage, peace and conflict. Presentation at the Dia Limud Mexico, November 2014, Mexico City, Mexico.

Krantz, D. 2014. Why we march. Presentation at the Stony Point Center's People's Climate March Community Breakfast, September 2014, Stony Point, NY.

Krantz, D. and N. Slovin. 2014. Ancient breadmaking. Presentation at the Teva Seminar on Jewish Outdoor, Food and Environmental Education, June 2014, Falls Village, CT.

2013

Carr, G., J. Haaheim, T. Khan and D. Krantz. 2013. Jewish environmental values. Presentation at the Interreligious Eco-Justice Network, April 2013, Middletown, CT.

Krantz, D. 2013. Powering the Promised Land: Fracking and energy use in Israel. Presentation at the Le Mood, November 2013, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Krantz, D. 2013. Water wars: Israeli water usage, peace and conflict. Presentation at the Le Mood, November 2013, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Krantz, D. and G. Marks. 2013. Beyond hummus: Foodways in the Promised Land. Presentation at the Hazon Food Conference, December, Falls Village, CT.

2012

Belasco, J., D. Krantz and D. Seidenberg. 2012. Green Hevra: Strategic collaboration across U.S.-based Jewish environmental organizations. Presentation at the Siach: An Environmental and Social Justice Conversation, June 2012, Ohalo Manor, Israel.

Krantz, D. 2012. Beyond talk: How you can protect Israel's environment. Presentation at the Limmud UK, December 2012, Coventry, England, United Kingdom.

Krantz, D. 2012. Beyond talk: How you can protect Israel's environment. Presentation at the Le Mood, October 2012, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Krantz, D. 2012. Israeli green technologies. Presentation at the Israel Encounters College Retreat, Hillel of Greater Philadelphia, February 2012, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Krantz, D. 2012. Powering the Promised Land: Fracking and energy use in Israel. Presentation at the Limmud UK, December 2012, Coventry, England, United Kingdom.

Krantz, D. 2012. Powering the Promised Land: Fracking and energy use in Israel. Presentation at the Le Mood, October 2012, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Krantz, D. 2012. Water wars: Israeli water usage, peace and conflict. Presentation at the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, July 2012, Falls Village, CT.

Krantz, D., J. Lane, J. Manela, E. Marzouk and N. Passow. 2012. How to transform your community through Jewish environmentalism. Presentation at the Jewish Federations of North America General Assembly, November 2012, Baltimore, MD.

2011

Krantz, D. 2011. Green Zionism: Exploring Israel's environmental legacy. Presentation at the University of Kansas Hillel, February 2011, Lawrence, KS.

Krantz, D. 2011. How the Diaspora can green Israel. Presentation at the Sefwi Wiawso Community Synagogue, June 2011, Sefwi Wiawso, Ghana.

Krantz, D. 2011. Israeli green technologies. Presentation at the Annual Midwest Russian Shabbaton of Hillels Around Chicago, February 2011, Muwonago, WI.

2010

Blain, D., D. Krantz, J. Manela and S. Sanchez. 2010. We do: Jewish values and the environment. Presentation at the International Lion of Judah Conference, Jewish Federations of North America, November 2010, New Orleans, LA.

Krantz, D. 2010. A call to action: Developing a plan for how we can make a difference. Presentation at the Green Israel Summit 4: Green Renewal Shabbat, October 2010, Putnam Valley, NY.

Krantz, D. 2010. Green Zionism: Exploring Israel's environmental legacy. Presentation at the Yeshiva University's Stern College for Women, September 2010, New York, NY.

Reports

2023

Marx, A., C. Hersh and D. Krantz. 2023. Youth Wellbeing and Healthy Relationships. Anna Marx Consulting.

2016

Al Rasabi, O., H. Archer, T. A. Azizi, E. Bondank, R. Caccavale, N. R. Chepyala, D. Eisenberg, M. Elzomor, B. Gorman, Y. Kim, M. Klaas, S. Koride, D. Krantz, C. Langlois, A. Mishra, C. K. Musili, V. Muvva, C. Nassar, U. Parikh, C. Quintans, R. Santiago, K. Schattnik, K. Shah, A. Shinn, S. Sifferman, A. Slaymaker, P. Soneji, L. Taege, C. Thomas, D. Velez, K. Wang and X. Zhang. 2016. Safe-to-Fail Adaptation Strategies for Phoenix-Area Roadways Under Increasing Precipitation. Arizona State University. ASU - SSEBE - CESEM - 2016 - CPR - 001. (link )

2012

Afshar, Z., P. Chea, D. Krantz and S. Silao. 2012. The Arab-American Community Survey: Findings from a Neighborhood Needs Assessment in Southwest Brooklyn. Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University and the Arab American Association of New York.

Awardee, Building Abrahamic Partnerships Scholarship, Hartford Seminary

Selectee, Summer Institute on Sustainability and Energy, University of Illinois-Chicago

Awardee, Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Phi Kappa Phi, Arizona State University

Steinberg Fellow, New York University:

Selectee, Muslim Jewish Conference

Awardee, Hannah Engle Memorial Travel Fund

Selectee, Clinton Global Initiative University

Awardee, Great Students Graduate Scholarship, Jewish Studies Institute, Arizona State University

Selectee, Schusterman Foundation ROI Summit of 120 of the world's leading Jewish innovators

Selectee, Environmental Stewardship for Religious Leaders, Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment

Selectee, Israeli Presidential Conference