|Enduring Technological Optimism: Zionism’s Environmental Ethic and its Influence on Israel’s Environmental History|
By Dr. Alon Tal
Israeli Nature Poll
"It is forbidden to live in a town that does not have greenery."
- Jerusalem Talmud: Kiddushin 12:2
Did You Know?
The Dead Sea is the lowest place on Earth.
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