Oil Firm to Pay Over NIS 100 Million in Damages for 2014 Spill

"This is another reminder that citizens must take responsibility because the state ... does not maintain the public’s right to clean and healthy nature.”

Netanyahu Names Hula Preserve Visitors’ Center after Pro-Israel Former Canadian PM

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara on Tuesday night honored former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen J. Harper with the dedication of the...

Earthquake Shakes Northern Communities at Lake Kinneret

The epicenter of the temblor was located about four kilometers deep beneath the surface, just on the northern edge of the lake.

Watch: Viper Escaping The Zin River Flood

This terrified venomous Ef'eh was crawling for his life away from the gushing flood waters.

100 Wildfires in Lebanon Finally Quenched by Rain Storms

Lebanon did not ask its closest neighbor, Israel, for help, nor did Israel offer any assistance.

Campaign to Save Nation’s Wildflowers Dedicated to Memory of Israel’s First Lady Nechama Rivlin...

The Jerusalem Botanical Garden is calling on the public to purchase and plant seeds of local wild flowers in their private gardens and flower boxes.

White Pelicans Stop for Quick Snack in Hula Valley on Migration Route for Winter

A total of more than 500 million birds pass through the area each year.

Clean Thine Beach

They collected thirty bags of plastic trash, which is most dangerous to animals and fish.

Intel Unveils ‘Smartest Building in the World’ in Israel

The massive 75,000 sq. meter (approx. 800,000 sq. ft.) building will host 2,000 employees from the former Petah Tikva and Ra’anana campuses.

IsraAid Prepares to Fly to Support Hurricane-Slashed Bahamas

IsraAID’s Emergency Response team will initially distribute urgent relief supplies, offer psychological first aid and deploy water filters to restore access to drinking water.

10 Tons of Baby Wipes Block Israel’s Main Pumping Station

“The wipes are not biodegradable at all, and form huge clumps. They get stuck in the systems and pumps and clog lines."

Wildfires Blazed Through Forests in Galilee and Near Beit Shemesh

As the sun began to set, firefighters were still battling to get control of the flames in most areas but the good news was that there were no injuries to report.

Survey: Kfar Saba (96%), Tel Aviv (91%) Have Happiest Residents

In Jerusalem, only 37% are satisfied with cleanliness (46% of Jews and 21% of Arabs).

Swarm of Bees Attacks Family in Northern Israel

Several family members suffered an allergic reaction to the apitoxin – honey bee venom – according to MDA.

Watch: Hatchling Turtle Trapped in Car Tracks on Way to Sea

Israel bans driving cars on the beach. The vehicles leave behind sockets and grooves in the sand which are obstacles to little turtles.

Going Green: Israel to Convert Most of its Public Transportation to Electric Power by...

The Ministry’s goal is to convert 60 percent of the inner-city buses within the next six years.

$60 Million Class Action Suit by Communities Suffering from Arab Villagers’ Electronic Waste Fire...

Plaintiffs are exposed to the ravages of smoke inhalation, inhalation of hazardous substances, bad odors and air pollution, which may cause severe suffering and serious illnesses.

Israeli Gene Manipulation Puts Cow Flatulence Behind Us

More cows with less methane emissions, will leave Progressives with little to protest against.

Smoke Cloud from Arab Villages’ Electronic Waste Fires Hangs over Moshav Shekef

Most shockingly, the waste arrives in the Arab villages from businesses which are responsible for recycling electronic waste.

Israeli Aqua Tourism Spreading to Dolphins

One of the dolphins was spotted showing her pup how to float on the water in order to breathe. Dolphins are mammals.

Earthquake Rattles the Dead Sea

The 3.8 earthquake was at a depth of 1 kilometer, in the southern Dead Sea.

Israel’s Small Crater of the Negev Officially Declared a Nature Reserve

Some of the area is located within the site of the Israel Nuclear Research Center facility, which required complex negotiations.

Parks Inspector Captures Brown Tang Reproduction in Eilat Bay at Twilight

"You can see a number of different species such as the Koi who feed on reproductive products, and barracuda who attempt to devour the tangs during the breeding process."

Locusts Again Invade Israel, This Time from Syria

It's been “a bit annoying” because the locusts “get into your house, your car, your hair.”

West Nile Virus-Infected Mosquitoes Found in Samaria

This is not the first case of West Nile virus-infected mosquitoes found in Israel this year.

Fire Department: Mass Blazes Caused by Arson

The mass blazes caused the displacement of thousands and the destruction of dozens of homes is suspected to be an act of arson.

Dozens of Israeli Families Made Homeless by Fires; Jewish Federation of North America to...

Rivlin: “We have seen events of this kind in development countries and there are usually casualties or loss of life.”

Thousands Ordered to Evacuate as Fires Continue to Rage Across Israel

"We are preparing with all our might for the morning when the strong winds will resume and there is a fear that the fire will also resume strongly."

Flames Destroy Moshav Mevo Modiin, Netanyahu Asks for International Firefighters as Fires Spread in...

Israel's Firefighting Commission has banned people from lighting fires outdoors "while these conditions prevail at reserves and parks in Israel.”

Watch: Kamikaze Wild Donkeys in Negev Mountain Nature Preserve

You must be familiar with the sight of an alley cat who suddenly decides to cross the street at racing speed, just in front...


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