Monday, July 22, 2019
Pesticides are often a necessary evil in today's high-yield agricultural sector.
An Israeli-American collaboration could help feed the world with non-GMO crops.
Environmentalists and scientists have long warned that the planet is in crisis. Yet, the problem seems so huge few individuals know how to help.
Fourteen international teams of birders will soon descend on Israel to participate in Champions of the Flyway.
The Blue Going Green campaign is working to make the IAF more environmentally friendly, so that it will be a net-zero-energy air force by 2033.
A new center is helping visitors learn more about Israel's agricultural success in the desert.
A dry riverbed that runs through the Negev Desert in Israel is now coursing with life, as muddy waters returned to the arid region.
As the earth gets warmer lightning is expected to increase, according to Tel Aviv University scientist Colin Price.
Israel is teaming up with California to help the embattled state with its drought problem.
Amos Porat, director of Israel Meterological Service's Climate Change division, said the lack of rainfall is due to a weather phenomena called 'blocking.'


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