News, analysis and commentary from Israel and across the globe on Environment & climate change and its impact on weather, business, politics, rising sea levels, and the food we consume.
"We’re no longer this little college in the Negev on the way to Eilat:" In March, BGU announced the creation of Israel’s first School of Sustainability and Climate Change.
Trees in warmer and brighter cities are tricked into believing that spring arrives an average of nine days early compared to rural trees, according to a new, prize-winning study.
If ecosystems were to be damaged, the carbon would be emitted into the atmosphere would then not be restored by the next couple of decades.
On November 1, Israel began taxing sales of disposable plastic utensils, including cups, plates, bowls, cutlery and straws at a rate of NIS 11 per kilogram.
Archaeologists from TAU, Tel Hai College and U. of Montpellier reconstruct how weather evolved over 10,000 years.
Chevron has increased its lower carbon capital investments and expects to spend over $10 billion on lowering its carbon emissions.
Jordan will build a designated solar field and export 600 megawatts to Israel, and work on solar energy storage solutions.
The topic in question is especially relevant, as desertification has worsened in recent years due to climate change reducing rainfall and making air hotter and drier.
Energy Minister Karin Elharrar said on Tuesday that the deal with partners from the UAE to transport oil from the Gulf to Europe via Israel should be canceled due to environmental concerns.
The last-minute changes made to the Glasgow Climate Pact have Israeli activists worried as Israel continues to make insufficient climate progress.