Planning commission debates consequences of proposed Sde Barir project near Arad.
Rehabilitation will take months, if not years, Environmental Protection Ministry official says; Police rule out foul play after pipeline breached during maintenance work.
The 35th Annual Birding Lecture Day is dedicated to the changes to Israel's bird populations in the last 130 years, including the somewhat controversial Palestinian sunbird.
Times and policies have changed, and this week’s decision to turn part of Palmahim beach into a national park instead of a vacation resort marks a major change. Yet threats from tourism to Israel’s open beaches and coastline remain
Four years after rejecting resort proposal, zoning board gives tentative go-ahead to park plan on Palmachim Beach, but says more steps are needed before work can begin.
Police rescue three children stuck in large puddle, hikers rescued from flooded Judean desert.
Interior Ministry panel recommends adding half a million tons to annual quota; health minister objects because of pollution fears.
Environmentalists call for cleanup of contaminated land vacated by army.
Flooding disrupts traffic, delays trains and traps people in their homes.
Not every environmentalist sees GM as Satan incarnate. Prof. Pat Heslop-Harrison of the University of Leicester says modern agrotechnology can help feed the world.