Kiryat Arba becoming 'green' for Hanukkah

December 15, 2011 18:06


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The organization Green Now will be launching a series of environmental workshops for parents and their children during the week of Hanukkah, in order to teach families the importance of recycling, garbage separation and environmental protection.

The program is part of Green Now's attempts to bring environmental awareness to the Kiryat Arba area, to Gush Etzion and to Efrat, the group said.

Rather than being associated with political tension, the hope is that Kiryat Arba will become more of an "eco-city," according to the organization.

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