Saturday, March 25, 2017
Hofesh the sea turtle is getting a new chance at life. The 20-year-old rare green turtle is getting a high-tech fin.
Israel and Jordan's governments have agreed to a plan to create a desalination plant near the Jordanian tourist resort of Akaba.
Israel’s plants and animals are disappearing at an alarming rate, according to a new report published by the Society for the Prevention of Nature in Israel.
In the fields of the northern Galilee, an Israeli start-up is growing the next generation of super-crops.
Tu B’Shvat—the Jewish New Year for trees—grew out of the tithes (the amount Jewish law requires to be donated) taken from the produce grown in Israel.
Israeli experts develop way to grow year-round grapes and increase date palm yields.
A former Israeli diplomat is helping to bring sustainable, affordable water solutions to the African continent.
Israel’s Environmental Protection Ministry is cracking down on illegal waste dumps in the West Bank.
An Israeli woman has turned her love of snakes and desire to help others into a unique business.
The Israel Lands Authority and Environmental Protection Ministry took steps to relocate a chemical site posing risks to the environment and Haifa residents.


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