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Israel’s Anti-Plastic Bag Law Increased the Sale of Plastic Bags

There's nothing quite like the law of unintended consequences, which will trump social engineering legislation any day of the week.

Palestina Carcinogenica: Illegal Arab Hazardous Material Fires Endanger Jewish Lives

There are currently about 200 illegal burning sites, scattered from the southern Hebron hills to northern Samaria.

Agricultural Pest Threatens Israeli Exports to European Union

Historically, the moth has been found mainly in Africa, but in recent years has caused increasing damage in Israel as well.

Israel to Profit NIS 22B From Natural Gas in Coming Decades

“All this would of course have remained under the sea if various opponents were successful,” Netanyahu said. “But they failed."

Israeli Aid Teams Fighting Fire in Macedonia

A 22-member delegation was sent by the Jewish State to battle the flames, which began last week.

Haifa Chemicals Employees Protest Layoffs

The giant ammonia tank was deemed a major health, environmental and security hazard for years.

Gaza Envelope Municipalities Decry Sewer Eruptions from Blackout-Plagued Gaza

As a result of the collapse of the sewage treatment in the Gaza Strip, the desalination plant in Ashkelon, which supplies one-fifth of the drinking water of Israel, has collapsed as well.

Israel, Palestinian Authority Cut Ribbon on New Electrical Substation Near Jenin

The Israel Electric Corporation agreed to build four power substations for the Palestinian Authority.

The Paris Climate Agreement Won’t Change the Climate

The Paris Climate Agreement will cost at least $1 trillion per year, and climate activists say it will save the planet. The truth?

Israel to Install Earthquake Early Warning System By Next Year

An earthquake early warning system will allow Israelis to race for safe spaces or protected areas.

US Leads Boycott Against UN Attempt to Create Binding Nuclear Ban

"We cannot... protect our people by allowing bad actors to have them and those of us who are good not to have them.”

Foreign Aerial FireFighters to Leave Tuesday

Foreign firefighting heroes who came to help Israeli firefighters battle nearly 2,000 fires are heading home.

IsraAid, Local Partner Prodev Rush to Help Haiti After Hurricane Matthew [video]

Israeli group in Haiti helping children the day after Hurricane Matthew barrels through. Death toll is close to 900.

Israel Exports 500 Million Predatory Insects, Bumblebees, to Russia

Israeli innovation offers a viable solution to a major problem plaguing world agriculture, combining non-toxic pest control in a growing number of crops, with a plan to revitalize the bumblebee hives around the world.

How to Invest for Retirement in a Low-Interest Rate Environment

Three tools that may help you to invest for retirement in today’s low-interest environment and shares his predictions for inflation and interest rates.

Dead Sea to Yield 7 Million Oil Barrels

Some oil has already been produced from the reservoir.

Deadly 7.8-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Ecuador

The strongest earthquake in decades has struck Ecuador's coastline, killing dozens and wounding hundreds.

Air Quality Improves With New Haifa Bay Environmental Project

Air quality has improved by 11 percent in the northern coastal city of Haifa this year, according to a new report.

Obama to Meet Putin at Paris Climate Change Conference

Russian Pres. Putin and US Pres. Obama are both to attend the upcoming Paris meeting on climate change.

Forest Fire in Gush Etzion’s Gevaot Forest

A fire in the Gevaot forest in Gush Etzion closed Route 367 to traffic for the safety of travelers.

Kerry Tweets that Trump Is Disqualified to Run for President

The Secretary of State has decided that anyone who doubts global warming is unfit to sit in the White House.

Israeli Scientists Find Coral Reefs Under Attack From Sun Screen

Israeli and U.S. scientists found a chemical in sun screen is attacking -- and damaging -- coral and coral reefs.

Israeli Company Building First Wind Turbine Farms in 30 Years

Israel’s first wind farm was built 30 years ago in the Golan Heights,

Record-Breaking Haze to Stay the Week in Israel

Severe toxic haze conditions with intense heat continued in Israel Wednesday, with more in the forecast ahead.

Sand Storm Hits Israel, Dangerous Air Quality

A sand storm has hit the region, raising the pollution level and reducing visibility in Israel. Many are being told to stay indoors.

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