|Seeking Sustainability: Israel’s Evolving Water Management Strategy|
By Dr. Alon Tal
Israeli Nature Poll
"Trees and plants have a language of their own."
- Baal Shem Tov
Did You Know?
Israel's 81-kilometer-long National Water Carrier transports water from the Kinneret south to areas near Israel's border with Egypt.
Mideast Green News
The half-full glass: Could ‘water diplomacy’ bring peace to the Mideast? HaaretzWater could be the main factor in even bloodier conflicts than those we have become accustomed to. But...
The Last Train [NYTimes]The Last Train, Thomas Friedman, Source: New York Times, Oct. 25, 2014 WHEN Secretary of State John Kerry...
In wake of disastrous oil spill, green energy advocates meet in Eilat – HaaretzGreen energy activists gathered there for a convention this week as crude oil was gushing out of a...
How to prevent Israel’s next environmental disaster – HaaretzThe recent oil spill in the Arava desert is a costly reminder of the need to reduce the...
A bleak history of Israeli fuel pollution – HaaretzThe huge spill near Eilat is only one of many problems around the country, the Water Authority says....
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