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Environmental Protection Minister MK Gila Gamliel declared in response to the decision, that "the closure of polluting factories from Haifa Bay has begun."
In the US and European Union alone, it's estimated that 30% of food goes to waste, which equates to about 10% of household expenditures per year.
Tales from the trail at Darom Adom: Flower walks, heritage tours, and a tandem bike ride for both sighted and visually impaired cyclists.
His Eminence Cardinal Dominik Duka, the Archbishop of Czech Republic, celebrates Tu Bishvat at his palace next to the Prague Castle, with KKL-JNF Czech Repubic.
Beersheba Mayor: "This is not just a plan of the Beer Sheva municipality; this is a national project."
“Birds have no passports, nor do they stop at borders. We human beings could learn a great deal from them,” said Manuel Gómez-Acebo, Spanish Ambassador to Israel
Accompanying ‘Seed a Memory’ campaign allows you to name trees for Lithuanian Jews who perished the Holocaust, with the help of an online memorial wall.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin: “The heart expands at seeing everyone here”
“We want the future generations of children in Guatemala to have a park they share with the children of Israel,” said Mario Búcaro, Guatemalan Ambassador to Israel
Liberian President George Manneh Weah plants an olive tree in the KKL-JNF Grove of Nations in Jerusalem, becoming the 112th head of state to do so.