Vertigo Dancers Get Their Groove On in an Eco-Arts Village

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On the surface, arts and ecology don’t seem to intersect, yet some artists have discovered a connection between our relationship with the earth and their creative endeavors. With Robert Hass, we explored the relationship between poetry and the environment. Now Vertigo Dance Company, one of Israel’s best-known modern dance companies, is exploring the relationship between […]

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Her Boots Are Made For Rocking

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The ever-useful blog Life Goggles, is enamored with Yael Mer’s evacuation kayak skirt and slipper rocker inventions which first appeared here on Green Prophet. And of course, the wildly popular StickyStains of Yael’s boyfriend Shay Alkalay, who we featured in an Israel21c article here. Today, take a gander at an extension of Mer’s slipper rocker, […]

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S. Yizhar: Man of the Land

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“The Land, in its depth, does not forget” S.Yizhar (1916 – 2006) S.Yizhar (Yizhar Smilansky) was Israel’s foremost writer, professor of literature and education, and long serving MK, but primarily a man of the land. He served the State of Israel in many ways, as soldier in the War of Independence, as peacemaker, formidable politician […]

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Book Review of ‘Green Chic’ by Christie Matheson Who's Saving The Earth In Style

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“Embrace the fabulousness of green living”   Green Chic – Saving The Earth in Style by Christie Matheson Don’t believe it is possible to remain stylish while going green and living a simpler, more planet-friendly lifestyle? Then this book is for you – writer Christie Matheson has aimed her new book precisely at this target […]

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A Healthy, Sustainable Purim

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Food is never something lacking at Jewish celebrations, but, like most things in life, their environmental footprint keeps expanding, whether the factory-farmed chicken that ends up in the soup pan, or the throwaway plastic cutlery destined to spend the next few centuries in a landfill site. Our friends at Jewish eco-NGO, Hazon, have devised a […]

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Tel Aviv’s Rothschild Boulevard Just Got a Little Greener With Dani Karavan

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Rothschild Boulevard has always been lined with trees, but anyone walking on Rothschild Boulevard between Bezalel Yafe Street and Yavne Street during the past couple of weeks may have noticed a special influx of greenery. Lined in the center of the boulevard, this collection of trees is a special site-specific installation by Israeli environmental sculptor, […]

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Eco-Writing Residency

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We here at Green Prophet are all about writing about the environment, and so we were very excited when an ‘environmental writing residency’ opportunity cropped up and landed on the desk today, and eager to share this with our readers. An organisation based in Minnesota, USA is giving writers and artists the chance to stay […]

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