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Israel & the Environment

Israel & the Environment

An amazing fact sheet about one of the greenest countries in the world.

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Israel & the Environment

Published: January 19, 2013


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Visitor Comments: 12

(11) Anonymous, January 17, 2014 8:51 PM

Amazing

It always amazes me that when Israel is mentioned in the media or there are discussions about environmental issues none of the mind boggling statistics mentioned in the above graphic are mentioned. I don't understand it. From solar energy to electric cars and on and on. Israel is an example of what should be happening in Canada, the U.S. etc. I really don't understand. I guess understanding hurts too much. That would make us right and that can't happen.... right?

(10) Nechama, January 15, 2014 1:50 AM

Aesome!

This would make a great poster to have in my classroom! HInt, hint! It prints out too small!

(9) Anonymous, January 9, 2014 10:50 PM

Thank you Aish

For all the lovely posters and articles enriching Judaism.

(8) Susan, January 31, 2013 1:05 PM

All thanks to G-d. This was so informative to read. I am so proud of our country, ISRAEL!

(7) Greg, January 26, 2013 12:15 AM

Science-based environmentalism, not sky is falling "green" activism

What is remarkable about the Israeli success in improving the environment has been the focus on using technology and rational thought to solve problems. Sadly, in Europe and America, environmentalism has been hijacked by sky-is-falling liberalism who self-hate, push for a lower birthrate, and make environmentalism into a intrusive, elitist cause. Israel has achieved much without succumbing to the hysteria of the "green" groups.

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