Articles in "Environment"

Tel Aviv Becomes the First City in the World to Require a License Plate and Helmet on all Shared Electric Scooters

The Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality has issued various unprecedented new regulations for shared electric scooters, aimed at keeping pedestrians ...

Israeli Scientists Develop 3D Printed Corals to Combat Habitat Degradation

Israel researchers at Ben-Gurion University (BGU) and the Technion Institute of Technology in Haifa have developed 3D printed corals ...

Israeli Technology Enables Schoolchildren in Sierra Leone to Drink Water from Air

The St. Joseph’s girls' school in Sierra Leone’s capital of Freetown has received Israeli technology that produces fresh, safe-drinking ...

World’s Longest Salt Cave Discovered in Israel

Malham Cave, in Israel’s Dead Sea region, has recently been crowned the world’s longest salt cave, dethroning Iran's Cave of the Three ...

Gaza Belt Farmers To Get Compensation For Damages From Palestinian Kite Terrorism

The Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Finance will provide financial support to farmers living in  the Gaza belt who have ...

Developing Story: At Least Seven Dead In Flash Flood As Freak Storm Pummels Israel

Developing Story: A freak late-spring storm battered Israel for the second consecutive day Thursday, as floods hit the southern resort ...

Jerusalem’s Underground Burial Complex Revives An Ancient Tradition

  Heading down a tunnel to enter the first underground Jewish cemetery built in over a millenia, the silence of  Har Hamenuchot, ...

Heavy Rain Predicted in Coming Days, But Won’t Alleviate  Drought

For the third time in four weeks, weather forecasters are predicting a powerful storm will hit Israel this weekend. But water officials ...

Palestinian Pollution Comparable to Terrorism

Petah Tikva Mayor Itzik Braverman compared Palestinian burning of garbage to terrorism Thursday because of the damage to public health it ...

Inside The New Gateway To Jerusalem

As the escalators head down 80 meters below ground to the world’s fifth deepest railway station, the sound of traffic at one of ...