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Floating ice as seen during the expedition of the The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic

Climate change: Weakening in Gulf Stream points to dramatic tipping point

“The climate system is an angry beast and we are poking it with sticks.”

By HADASSAH BRENNER
10/03/2021

Cloud-native AI Optibus raises $107m. for public transport planning

Optibus capabilities include artificial intelligence algorithms that improve mass transit for passengers while also increasing operational efficiency.

10/03/2021

Israel is warming at twice the average global rate and it is not my fault

Activism flips the power pyramid upside-down.

By ODELYA ROBINS-MORGENSTERN
10/03/2021

US rejoins fight against climate change at high level summit

This online event, hosted by the Netherlands, aims to set out practical solutions and plans for dealing with climate change in the period until 2030.

By REUTERS
25/01/2021

How can Israel resolve water scarcity issues with the Palestinians?

Palestinians depend heavily on rain and underground water sources, which Israel controls.

By MOHAMMAD AL-KASSIM/THE MEDIA LINE
21/11/2020

How is Israel handling growing water scarcity issues in the desert?

“So the wet areas are getting wetter and the dry areas are getting drier.”

By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
21/11/2020
Floating ice as seen during the expedition of the The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic

Thanks to global warming, there's too much ocean in the Arctic

At this rate, the Arctic is on its way to a summer with absolutely no ice, somewhere between 2030 and 2050.

Learning from change amid COVID for benefit of environmental future

Enveloped by the purity of white on Yom Kippur, designed to elevate our connection to God, how much thought have we given to the resources required to produce this holy finery.

By RICHARD SHAVEI-TZION
07/10/2020

Destructive 'super-termites' discovered in Israel for the first time

The termite "destroys railroad tracks, telephone poles…and underground electricity lines causing power outages,” said Dr. Gilad Ben Tzvi.

30/09/2020

‘Who by fire?’ isn’t just a metaphor this year - analysis

This Rosh Hashanah we are wide awake, and now must each ask ourselves what we will do to put us on a collective path of blessing.

By RABBI JENNIE ROSENN/JTA
27/09/2020
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