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600 million Indians face high to extreme water stress
Israel faces alarming news about extreme heat due to global climate change, but trouble almost always comes with opportunity.
Muslim and Jewish Religious women share the effort to stay cool while covering up according to religious tradition.
Climate talks yield global warming deal; some states say accords leave them on the line; several issues deferred to 2012.
Summer monsoons provide most of the water South Asia needs; trend could be reversed in 20-30 years as India develops.
The desert town has been ‘discovered’ as a possible location for an inexpensive holiday haunt – something that many, even today, don’t consider a luxury.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Guidelines unveiled by Ministry and Israel Standards Institution expected to save families up to NIS 1,000 per year.
By SHARON UDASIN
Unseasonal downpours spread throughout central and northern regions; rain expected to continue with risk of flash floods in Negev.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND SHARON UDASIN
More ground stations needed to measure greenhouse gases, specialists say; changes in methane could warn of climate tipping points.
Haifa airport closed due to poor visibility in area; certain planes can't land at Sde Dov in Tel Aviv; Ben Gurion operating as normal.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Environmental issues have long been recognized as key to understanding what might happen in unstable countries.
By CHARLES MEAD AND ANNIE SNIDER MEDILL NATIONAL S
Also one of the driest years, with no rainfall in November.
By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
Scientists decline to definitively attribute ongoing drought and severe storms to climate change.
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