What Israel – and the world – can learn from the Arava
While some leaders gracefully ignored the scary reality thrown upon us by the UN (backed up by specialists and scientists), millions of people around the world didn’t.
World leaders gather at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Scientists estimate that, so far in Australia, fires have killed from hundreds of millions to more than 1 billion native animals.
Israel is considered a hot country; it is generally very warm most of the year.
Civil-war-torn Yemen faces vast challenges, from a struggling economy and collapsing health system to some of the world's worst shortages of food, water and jobs.
These are the somber statistics coming out of a new analysis of data from 11 satellites that monitor changes in the Greenland ice sheet’s volume, flow and gravity.
A new report published on Tuesday by the Ministry of Environmental Protection paints an alarming picture of the future of the state of Israel.