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The final event. Photo by The Desert Around Me

The Desert Around Them

What happens when Jewish and Arab teenagers meet in the middle of the desert, and decide to make movies? In a new initiative, “The Desert Around Me,” the young residents of the wilderness encountered the scorching issues of their terrain. Here are the outcomes
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Photo by Naama Lev

What a Waste!

Who are the Israelis that go out into nature and leave dump after them? A new study exposes an unpleasant truth: we are those Israelis
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How Green Can Judaism Get?

With the climate crisis at the forefront of the national conversation, there has been an uptick in religious communities integrating sustainability into their own practices. Will this set a new standard going forward?
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Photo by Dr. Victor Kina

Israeli Study Discovers Fish in Absence of Humans Amid Prior Covid Lockdowns

Much like the reports of rarely seen mammals roaming city streets during lockdown periods, so too were uncommon fish species in the beach waters of Eilat.
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Photo by Hernan Sanchez on Unsplash

Too Bright To Be Sound Asleep

With cities growing larger, urban residential areas are getting louder and brighter, and it’s becoming harder to sleep at night. A new Israeli study sets out to prove that noise and light pollution are impacting your sleep schedule.
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Photo courtesy of Dr. Meir Abelson

Dead in the Water

Without a present plan in motion to stabilize the Dead Sea, the landscape will continue to deteriorate around it, endangering Israel’s tourism and the lives of its southern citizens. Can it be saved, or is it a lost cause?
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Photo by Spencer Davis on Unsplash

Eating Away at the Planet

Most are unaware of the connection between what we eat and the growing effects of climate change. Could the farm-to-table movement set a new sustainable standard for food production and accessibility in Israel?
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Photo by Amir Yurman

Sinking Into Ancient History

There are dozens of ancient shipwrecks sunk along the Mediterranean shores of Israel, which offer a glimpse into the past. Just how much has shipping changed since then?
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Photo by Tsvika Tsuk, Israel Nature and Parks Authority

Rooted in History

The first Israeli study of its kind examined how the important archeological site in Beit She'arim can be saved from the roots of the trees that penetrate it without harming the trees themselves.
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Photo by J Sommer on Flickr

Not Mush-Room for Error

A new Israeli study reveals the threats currently facing wild mushroom populations in Israel. What needs to be done, and what needs to change in order to ensure their presence and diversity for the climatically grim years ahead?
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