The first Israeli satellite for environmental research was launched early Wednesday morning from the European spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.
Climate change is ranked alongside the Islamic State as one of the world's two greatest threats with increasing numbers of people concerned about global warming, according to an international surve
Toxic wastewater that surged through a dry riverbed in southern Israel at the weekend left a wake of ecological destruction more than 20 km (12 miles) long.
The Environment ministry has signed an MoU with the Jewish National Fund to share knowledge and expertise on planting forests in dry climates.
Potash and fertilizer producer Israel Chemicals (ICL) said on Sunday it cannot estimate the level of damage caused to the company or the environment by a spill at its fertilizer plant in Israel's N
A highly contagious disease is spreading among farmed and wild tilapia, one of the world’s most important fish for human consumption, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Friday.
Man's evolution didn't begin in Africa, as has been axiomatic until now. It apparently began in the Mediterranean Basin, an area that includes Israel.
A Swiss court issued a ruling obliging Egypt to pay a compensation of $2bn to Ampal-American Israel Corporation for the damage caused by the cessation of the export of natural gas from Egypt to Isr
In order to minimize the enormous amount of air pollution generated by unregulated West Bank charcoal kilns, Israeli and Palestinian authorities are establishing a modern production factory in the
The forest fires of the past few years will only get worse in the years to come, experts warned Sunday.
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