Study: Labor most active on environmental issues

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 13, 2006 08:26

A study published Monday conducted by the environmental organization Adam Teva V'Din indicated that most of the parties competing for seats in the 17th Knesset gave environmental issues greater prominence on their platforms than in the past, Army Radio reported. The study stated that Labor "showed the highest awareness to environmental issues and was committed to working on them in the next Knesset."


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