Vote for the top environment story of 2011

Shortlist includes: Dead Sea, going green in Israel, natural gas discoveries, a garbage garden, the Kinneret.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 20, 2011 16:57

Wind Farm at Sunset. (photo credit: Thinkstock/Imagebank)

 
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Now more than ever the spotlight is on the environment. From the effects of global warming to green living, the environment's impact is impossible to escape as the top environment stories of 2011 show.



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From proposed bills which may see the Dead Sea harvested, the launching of Israel's first solar field, the discovery of the Leviathan and Tamar fields, turning a garbage dump into a green oasis to a fish-free Kinneret. Which story of 2011 made the biggest impact on you?

Click here to vote for the Top Environment story of 2011 and here to vote for the Top Technology story of 2011



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