Saturday, September 26, 2020
The IDF is increasing its use of green energy, replacing expensive diesel generators that pollute the environment.
An Israeli company is aiming to make killing bugs a little greener while improving employee health.
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.
Four months after the Health Ministry issued a warning about air quality in the Jerusalem Central Bus Station, bus commuters are still at risk.
The Israel Lands Authority and Environmental Protection Ministry took steps to relocate a chemical site posing risks to the environment and Haifa residents.
On Jan. 24, United Nation's officials came to see firsthand the transformation of Israel's desert into forested lands.
Ben Gurion University of the Negev has teamed up with a leading Canadian university to build a world-class ocean research center in Eilat.
The Kishon River has gotten an environmental makeover in recent years.
A gift of an Angel’s trumpet leads contemplation of Tu B'Shvat, the New Year of the Trees, as the author plants the cutting.
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.
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