Israel has signed a cooperation agreement with the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) to develop protocols and systems to use satellite technology for life-saving activities on
The Dan and Egged bus fleets cause the most air pollution in the country’s heavy-vehicle sector, a study by the Environmental Protection Ministry, which examined the 2014 emissions of heavy-vehicle
With the cooperation of 25 Knesset members across a variety of parties, MK Eitan Broshi (Zionist Union) has submitted a bill that aims to promote electricity generation from renewable-energy source
Over a 10-year period, about 780 of the 4,860 cancer cases found in the region likely resulted from air pollution.
Eleven firefighting squads and four aircraft were dispatched Monday to extinguish a raging forest fire which ravaged large areas in the Wadi Ara region near Haifa.
A comprehensive report on Israel’s treatment of hazardous waste recommends imposing a fee on the companies that produce such waste to cover the costs of its disposal.
The Environmental Protection Ministry intends to demand compensation of 111 million shekels ($28.8 million) from the Eilat Ashkelon Pipeline Company for the damage caused to the Evrona Nature Reser
Israeli entrepreneurs Ran Korber, Emil Fisher, and Ziv Lautman are to be honored at the White House Monday, when they will be lauded for their technology’s contribution to improving the human condi
Despite the bright blue, sunny skies that much of Israel woke up to on Thursday morning, a fog of air pollution blanketed the country as a result of the previous night’s Lag Ba’omer bonfires.
Israel's state comptroller’s office found that the Environmental Protection Ministry failed in its monitoring of industrial pollution.
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