New Program to Get Israelis on Their BikesThe government is working to encourage commuters to take public transportation or use bicycles in congested cities in central Israel.
Revealed: Most Polluting Factories in IsraelEnvironmental Protection Ministry names names of top polluters. Electric Company terms report ‘inaccurate.’
'Green' Efrat To Turn Down Streetlight CostsEfrat taking yet another step towards turning itself into the “greenest” town in Israel.
'International Cleanup Day'"Clean Up The World" campaign looks to inspire communities to clean up, fix up, and conserve their environment.
New Pollution Plan Revives 'Cash for Clunkers'The government is set to authorize on Sunday a major plan to battle air pollution in Israel.
UN Food Program Director: Can Men Plan for Future?Ertharin Cousin took part in the President's Conference and tried to answer some troubling questions.
'Extinct' Frog Appears in IsraelAn ‘extinct’ frog makes a comeback in Israel’s Hula Valley, becoming a unique ‘living fossil.' A change from archaeological finds.
Customs Inspectors Prevent 'Frog Terror Attack'Customs inspectors at Ben Gurion Airport nabbed a smuggler who had attempted to bring some 30 poison dart frogs into the country
CleanTech - Int'l. "Green" Conference and ExpoThe 17th annual international event for Clean Technologies took place this week in Tel Aviv.
Video: Israeli Produces Cardboard BicycleA self-described bicycle freak from a moshav near Netanya has produced a cardboard bike he wants to peddle for about $20.
New Guidelines May Sink EU Biofuels IndustryRising food prices have prompted the EU to rethink a policy of support for growing biofuels.
Fire Moves Underground, Continues to BurnA fire that broke out in a northern town in May has still not been put out – and is continuing to burn underground
SodaStream Starts a Sizzle with Coca-ColaCoca-Cola is suing Israel-based SodaStream for using its bottles in their environmental ads highlighting plastic bottles as waste.
Firefighters Work to Prevent Haifa Chemical FireA dozen firefighting crews worked for long hours Thursday morning to prevent what could have been a major chemical fire in Haifa
IDF Turns Out the Lights for ‘Earth Day’The IDF imposed a literal blackout for one hour Monday night to participate in Earth Day and raise awareness of a natural environment.
Jerusalem Controversy over Fast Route to Tel AvivA faster route to Tel Aviv from Jerusalem has environmental protection groups unhappy. Protest planned.
Canada, Others Threaten EU With RetaliationThe EU's attempt to pressure other countries into stronger environmental measures is encountering resistance.
Tu B’Shvat Goes ‘Modern Green’The Tu B’Shvat holiday traditionally is celebrated by planting trees to make Israel green. Environmentalists add new meanings.
Fighting Fire with… Goats?Climate Change & Forest Fires conference hears novel ideas for prevention of forest fires.
'Greening’ is for Environment, not HamasThe IDF is trying to educate Arabs in Judea and Samaria to make their cities green, which happens to be the same color as the Hamas flag.
EU to Go Ahead with Carbon Tax on AirlinesThe EU and the US are on a confrontation course over the EU carbon tax designed to reduce pollution by airplanes.
MK: Lower the Mosque Noise!The government will discuss a law that would require mosques to temper the prayer announcements made by muezzins at Islamic prayer times.
Obama Catch-22: The Keystone XL PipelineThe Keystone XL pipeline pits two groups of Obama supporters against each other. Jobs vs. environment.
Two House Committees Will Investigate SolyndraThe House will begin hearings on the Obama Administration poster company that went bankrupt, leaving the government holding the bag.
Greens See Red Over Obama RetreatFaced with dismal job reports, Barack Obama cannot risk 'green' policies that might make things worse.
Demonstrators Want New Elections Not Carbon TProtesters claim that Prime Minister Julia Gillard has no mandate for a carbon tax after she made an electoral promise barring the tax.
GE Acquires LightechHoping to cash in on its green technology GE has acquired Lightech
Solar Farms Bad for Environment?A study by the Nature Authority says that the Negev is the wrong place for a solar farm.
Fracturing Process Weakens Russia and IranAccording to a Baker Institute Study full exploitation of shale gas will alter the geopolitical balance in a favorable direction
EU Rules Won't Fly Say AirlinesThe European attempt to impose emission curbs on foreign carriers outside its airspace is facing heavy resistance.