A plan to convert the normally dry river from a sewage-ridden dump into a water park is underway. Can it really emulate San Antonio?
Tender requires firms to commit to projects both within Green Line and in West Bank; 'it’s clear that there’s a political intent,' says one planner.
For years the southern Jordan River region has been a closed military zone. The local wildlife has only benefited from this, but will this tranquility continue?
As Dead Sea water levels recede and land erodes, efforts are being made to save the 'world's lowest nature reserve': Einot Tzukim.
Society for Protection of Nature in Israel criticizes Housing Ministry’s call to establish new communities in south.
Residents complain of strong, noxious smells and particle pollution from the dozens of Palestinian charcoal factories.
Bulbous plants drink up water stored over the past year, and even the endangered Asian wild ass plays a role.
Mild earthquake hits Kinneret and registers 3.3 on Richter scale; two earthquakes rocked northern Israel on Sunday.
As was the case in the two last earthquakes, no damage was recorded.
Separation fence and fences surrounding communities and infrastructure are harming dozens of species, Nature and Parks Authority ecologist says.