Israel’s Electric Company Signs Deal with General Electric to Build New Units Near Hadera

The first unit is scheduled to begin production in June 2022; the second is set to begin about six months later.

Eilat Coral Reef Survives Climate Change, Future Looks Good for Next Generations

"Corals around the world are already suffering mass mortality as a result of anomalously high water temperatures."

Judaean Desert Looks Majestic in Winter, Too

The Dead Sea has a weaker UVB radiation, and the air has a higher oxygen content as compared to oxygen concentration at sea level.

International Experts Call on UNESCO to Declare Red Sea Coral Reef a Marine World...

Despite political tensions between countries along the Red Sea, researchers band together to call upon UNESCO to declare the Red Sea’s entire coral reef as a Marine World Heritage Site.

Good Morning, Kinneret Water Level Just 12.2 Inches from Full

The Kinneret is always at risk of becoming irreversibly salinized by the salt water springs under the lake, which are held in check by the weight of the freshwater on top of them.

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.
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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...

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.”

Have You Seen those Gorgeous Almond Blossoms in Ayalon Valley?

Naturally, the moon and the sun came to a standstill in the sky, causing the solar system to disperse across the galaxy, on account of those pesky laws of Newton.

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.

Israeli Aid Group Deploying to Help California Wildfire Evacuees

More than 1,300 people are still missing, and at least 79 others have died in the fires that have raged across the state.

Swarm of Bees Attacks Family in Northern Israel

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

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.

Suspect Arrested in Golan Eagle Poisoning

Eight eagles have died and two others are fighting for their lives after they ingested poison on the Golan Heights.

Darom Adom ‘Scarlet South’ Celebration Begins in Israel

The four-week celebration brings tens of thousands of nature lovers each year to the region from all over the country.

Sustainable ‘Plastics’ on the Horizon

The new sustainable biopolymer technology may one day free the world of its worst pollutant, plastic.

Israel is Blessed with Winter Rain: Water Level Rising in Lake Kinneret

The water level is now standing at 211.77 meters, just 2.8 meters from the top red line.

Kinneret Just 15.7 Inches Short of Completely Full

With extreme drought conditions continuing to intensify, the government of Israel approved a plan in 2018 to pump desalinated water into the lake.

Just in Time for Tu B’Shevat: Scientists Grow Six Date Palms from 2,000-Year-Old Seeds

An unplanted ancient date seed from Qumran was used as a control in the study.

President Awards First Nechama Rivlin z’l Prize for Sustainability

‘In the the flowerbeds,’ the First Lady once wrote, ‘the barriers fall, nature is close, and people who work with us become friends.’”

Clean Thine Beach

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

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."

Moderate Earthquake Shakes Israel’s North

The last major earthquake to hit the region was in 1927. Israel experiences devastating earthquake approximately every 100 years.
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Watch: Nature Preserve Director Extracts Trapped Hystrix

The relieved hystrix took off at once, followed by Badran who was making sure it returned safely to nature.

Israeli Gene Manipulation Puts Cow Flatulence Behind Us

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

Feisty Pod of Dolphins Playing off Ashkelon Coast

"The dolphin is endangered in the Mediterranean and so it is very fascinating to watch."

5 Confirmed Dead, 10 Missing in New Zealand Volcano Eruption

"Based on the information we have, we do not believe there are any survivors on the island."

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.

Rising Water at Lake Kinneret Means Good News for Israel

In northern Israel, the groundwater reservoirs are also reported to be “completely filled,” according to the Water Authority.
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Watch: Arava Rivulet Turns into a Dangerous River Flood in Minutes

On its way, the hour-old river sweeps everything in its path.

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