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Israel Preparing Declaration of National Climate Emergency
Israel's Bennett to Attend UN Climate Conference in Glasgow at End of Month
Israel Says It Will Send Officials to First Mideast Climate Summit
As the World Turns Away From Oil, Israel Still Insists on Searching for It
Tel Aviv Agrees to Place Children of Asylum Seekers in Wealthier City Neighborhoods
Tel Aviv Agrees to Place Children of Asylum Seekers in Schools in Wealthier City Neighborhoods
Israel's 'Climate Children' Are Furious: 'How Can I Sit Quietly in School?'
Israel's 'Climate Children' Are Furious: 'How Can I Sit Quietly in School When My Life's in Danger?'
Bennett Holds First Climate Briefing Ahead of Biden Meeting
Israel Ignored Call for System to Predict Fires After Deadly 2010 Blaze
Israel Tells Teachers to Use Gas Firms' Videos to Teach Kids About Energy
Energy Ministry Still Backs Natural Gas Exploration, Despite Role in Climate Crisis
Israel's Energy Ministry Still Backs Natural Gas Exploration, Despite Role in Climate Crisis
Israel Isn’t Coming Through on Its Pledge to Help Risk Groups Beat the Heat
In First, Israel Approves Carbon Pricing on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The Dangers of Heat Waves on the Body – and How to Defend Yourself
Just Under the Wire, Israel Submits Greenhouse Gas Emission Targets to the UN
As Extreme Heat Grips Israel, Health Ministry Warns Against Outdoor Activities
Top Official: 'Israel Isn't Prepared to Tackle Climate Change, No Question About It'
'Israel Isn't Prepared to Tackle Climate Change, There's No Question About It,' Top Official Admits
Israeli Cabinet Approves Greenhouse Gas Plan That Omits Several Key Provisions
Israel Expected to Commit to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 85 Percent by 2050
Bennett, Lapid Order Reevaluation of Israel's Oil Transport Deal With Gulf States
Israel in Violation of Paris Climate Agreement, Risks 'Global Embarrassment'
'A Plague of Unpreparedness'
Israel's Defense Against Its Next Flood Disaster Is Three Students
Israel's Bennett Vows Action on Climate Crisis as Floods Ravage Germany
How to Save the World's Coral Reefs? Scientists Look to the Red Sea for Answers
The Deadly Week-long Heat Wave That Israel Wasn't Ready For
Israel Fails to Purchase Necessary Computers to Forecast Local Climate Change
In First for Israel, Climate Experts Get Role in National Transportation Policy
General Strike Highlights Israel’s Dependency on Palestinian Workers
General Strike Highlights Israel's Dependency on Palestinian Workers
Unreported Sexual Abuse Against Children Thought to Be on the Rise
High Court Orders Israel to Process Darfuri Asylum Requests by End of Year
For Sexually Abused Children, 'The System May Do More Damage Than the Assault'
For Sexually Abused Children in Israel, 'The Damage Done by the System May Be Worse Than the Assault'
The Damages of COVID Will Stay With Israeli Women for Years
She Survived Decades of Domestic Abuse. Now Israel Is Persecuting Her
Israeli Decision Makes COVID Vaccines Off Limits to Thousands of Foreign Residents
Israel Backtracks on Closing COVID Vaccination Center for Asylum Seekers
Anti-LGBTQ Crimes in Israel Spiked in 2020, Report Finds, Partly Due to Lockdowns
Anti-LGBTQ Hate Crimes Spiked in 2020, Israeli Advocacy Group Says, Partly Due to Lockdowns
The Ex-settler, Harley-riding Cantor Who's Gracing Park Avenue
Why She Didn't Report That Peres Sexually Assaulted Her: Colette Avital Tells All
Why She Didn't Report That Shimon Peres Sexually Assaulted Her: Colette Avital Tells All
Nobel Laureate Angrist on Economics, Palestinians and Why He Left Israel
Why Was a Pioneering Israeli Architect Erased From the Pages of History?
'I Shot Hundreds of Jews That Day'
Israel Could Soon Reopen to Tourists. Here’s What You Need to Know