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Fire Ravages Jewish Girls’ Camp Outside Albany

Due to the coronavirus regulations, the camp was not in session.

Israeli Scientists Show Tropical Fish Can Control Their Gut Microbes to Survive Extreme Temperatures

"Microbes and their hosts work together in a 'survival of the fittest' as part of the natural selection process."

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).

Kinneret Only 35 Inches from Becoming Full Again

Heavy snow fell on the Hermon mountain overnight, adding 15 centimeters (6 inches) of snow to its lower level, just in time for the thaw. 

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.”
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$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.

Tel Aviv U Initiates Model for Carbon Neutrality

TAU has placed efforts to combat climate change among its top priorities.

Illegally Trapped Fawn Rescued from Palestinian Authority

The Israeli deer is the only large herbivore left in Israel in large numbers and is in danger of extinction.

Disabled Israeli Minister Unable to Enter Inaccessible COP26 Conference

UK Ambassador to Israel Neil Wigan offered an apology to Elharar following the incident.

Israel Sets New Record in Using Renewable Energies

Israel's renewable energy innovation has received global recognition, with innovative ideas such as converting wind into electricity, technologies for clean water and other inventions.

Bar-Ilan U. Biologist Found Spotted Hyenas’ Social Ties Are Inherited

Massive study of data collected over 27 years sheds light on social networks, rank and survival of this African species.

University of Haifa Researchers Say 45% of Israelis Admit to Polluting Natural Treasures

When the average Israeli is asked why they pollute they reply: "Because there was no trash can." When asked why others pollute they say: "because they enjoy it."

First International Dead Sea Photo Competition Attracts Global Attention

Among the 3,500-plus photographers participating in the Israeli-initiated challenge were photographers from the Palestinian Authority, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

Gas Production Halted at Leviathan Due to ‘Operational Event’

The platform’s flare system was activated to burn off excess gas, generating a flame visible from shore.

Israel Jumps on the Carbon-Free Bandwagon, But It May Not Make Economic or Scientific...

Israel's Environment Minister criticized the use of natural gas, while her own ministry praised the use of natural gas in dramatically reducing local pollutant emissions.

Earthquake Felt Throughout Israel

An earthquake was felt from Be'er Sheva to Haifa, and all the way to Jerusalem.

Knesset Committee Warns: No Money to Deal with Next Large Scale Oil Spill

"We all understand that it is only a matter of time before a wide-scale contamination disaster takes place at sea."

Female Cuttlefish Gluing Her Eggs to a Coral in Gulf of Eilat

In some species of squid, the females are known to mate with several males and only later choose which one would fertilize her eggs.

Wildfire Rages in Gush Etzion Between Beitar Illit and Tzur Hadassah

Eight firefighting planes were sent to help combat the flames.
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Watch: Two Healed Turtles Return to the Sea

Inspectors of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority on Friday released to the Mediterranean two sea turtles after several they had received months of medical care.

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.

Happy Purim from Yotvata Hai-Bar Nature Reserve

Endangered and locally extinct animals mentioned in the Bible are bred here for possible reintroduction into the Negev desert.

Israeli Researchers Decipher Rock Hyrax’s Vocal Communication

Male hyraxes frequently sing complex and loud self-advertisement songs, transmitting their individual quality to both females and neighboring males.

Ten Dolphins Visited Eilat Then Crossed Over to Egypt Without Incident

The false killer whale has been known to approach and offer fish it has caught to humans diving or boating.

Locust Swarms Arrive in Eilat, the Arava Desert – Even Netanya

The locust swarms came to Israel from Saudi Arabia with the help of strong winds and should be leaving the area with the change in wind direction.

Ashdod Desalination Plant To Be Repaired and Privatized

The Energy Ministry sees the agreement as a good way to prepare for possible future drought years.

Death Toll Rises to 25 in California Wildfires, Jewish Community ‘Stands Ready to Help’

Another strong wind event now threatens to fuel the firestorm all the way into Tuesday, according to AccuWeather.

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.

4.3 Earthquake Shakes Eilat

Elections, storm, pandemic and now earthquakes...

Navy Ship’s Oil Leak Pollutes Gulf of Eilat

Israel's Environmental Protection Ministry is monitoring, assisting and supervising the Navy in its clean-up and blocking operations.

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