Israel Breathes Easy On Yom Kippur Day

Israel Breathes Easy On Yom Kippur Day

Israel’s green campaigners note the quiet streets and clear skies on Yom Kippur Day Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, is the holiest day of the year in Judaism and begins this Friday. For non-Jews in Israel it is a day when the streets are quiet, peaceful and vacant of anything but feet. But […]

Bridging Syria’s Bio-Tech Gap

Bridging Syria’s Bio-Tech Gap

Syria’s building its environmental research infrastructure one Masters at a time In addition to de-congesting its markets, albeit at the expense of certain locals, and improving local and foreign knowledge about Syria’s extraordinary biodiversity, the country appears to be taking important steps to educating their public about environmental issues. Often the unsung heroes spend their […]

Spain’s Solaer is Bullish on Israel’s PV Market, Hopes to Win 10% Market Share

Spain’s Solaer is Bullish on Israel’s PV Market, Hopes to Win 10% Market Share

Solaer sees ‘huge potential’ for solar arrays in Israel. After building a number of photovoltaic solar facilities in Spain, the Spanish renewable energy company Solaer is now exploring several other sunny markets, including Israel. In fact, Solaer’s founder and CEO, Ignacio Arganza Alvaro, told the Israeli business newspaper Globes that his company hopes to achieve a […]

Israel’s New “Green” Synagogue to Raise Environmental Awareness

Israel’s New “Green” Synagogue to Raise Environmental Awareness

Rabbi Ian Pear believes that public institutions should take the lead in generating environmental awareness. The relationship between ecology and worldwide religions has taken center stage recently. Islamic leaders are speaking out and two traveling Americans found all manner of environmentally aware Muslims in their country. Also, if it ever lifts off, the famous “Ground […]

Egypt’s Long Path to Nuclear Power

Egypt’s Long Path to Nuclear Power

US President Nixon offered to build eight nuclear power plants for Egypt during the Cold War; Matt questions whether the first such plant will finally be built by 2019? How long is its worth waiting on your country to build its first nuclear power plant? If you are Egyptian, the answer is 45 years. That […]

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