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How did your trip help the environment you were in? Get to know restorative tourism, which is not only harmless - but also helps nature and local communities during the trip. Food for thought in honor of Hul Moed trips
In order to honor the efforts of the local authorities, the "Equasion" association operates the "Blue Flag" program on some of Israel's declared bathing beaches - an international program for the environmental management of bathing beaches and marinas on behalf of the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) organization.
An initiative is needed to save the beaches that are damaged due to human activity combined with global warming.
The researchers: "Amphibians and reptiles that live in nature reserves around the world will be more protected from climate change, but are still likely to be damaged."
When a human organ "breaks down" - it is sometimes possible to replace it with another one, but is it possible to replace contaminated soil with another soil? It turns out that it is: this method is called "soil transplanting", and a new international study points to its impressive effectiveness - but also to its limitations
A new Israeli study examined how the fish are doing in the Rosh Hankara marine reserve. Diving deeper into the issue showed that the protection of the fish decreases as they move away from its center. So how do we protect the locos that have fallen to the margins? We will protect the marine reserves
As early as 3,000 years ago, man destroyed the regional vegetation for the benefit of the copper industry and caused fatal damage to the environment
This announcement more than doubles the area of ​​protected marine areas in the maritime space in Israel and is a leap forward in the protection of the unique natural values ​​in the Mediterranean Sea
This is not a demand to turn back the clock, progress and science have made a wonderful world possible for us, but also a world that has been stripped of wonder, therefore it is necessary to restore respect for nature
Legendary explorer Jane Goodall, NASA's Chief Scientist Dr. Katherine Calvin, academics, government, civil society, students and the curious: all met at the 50th Annual Science and Environment Conference. "Only when the intelligent mind and the human heart work in harmony can we fully realize our human potential," Goodall said.
The main factors and processes that affect the state of nature in Israel, as a result of human activity, were published
The Red Sea holon, a small crab that used to be common in the Gulf of Eilat, is in serious danger due to the development of tourism and beach bathing. A new study, in which students and students in the city took part, reveals the damage to the living fabric of crabs alongside humans and suggests ways to protect them
A small and unique herd of free cows has been grazing in the Golan Heights since 1967. They have managed to survive wars, diseases and organized extermination operations. Now, the woman who has accompanied them for years hopes they will receive official protection from the state
An oil pipeline that will connect Uganda to the coast of the Indian Ocean threatens to damage 14 large nature reserves in East Africa
Researchers became interested in the effect of fences following observations of animals in California, Kenya, China and Mongolia, when strange behaviors were observed near fences, such as deer that walk many kilometers along fences or predators that use the fence line as a main road
Many countries in the world are investing money to provide work for those affected by the corona virus, and to restore nature after realizing that the climate crisis and the destruction of nature were the fertile ground for the development of the corona virus
Who instilled the stigmas that the fox is cunning, the wolf is evil and the donkey is stupid? The answer to this lies in the problematic way in which animals are presented in the culture of children and youth
Changes in the route of rivers will become more and more common in the coming years, following the rise in sea level caused by global climate change. This process may cause more flooding along the rivers, even in areas that did not suffer from them in the past
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