Category Archives: Climate Change

Solar energy getting better

pv-magazine-usa.com Scientists discover three new species of solar power plants in 2019 John Weaver, PV Magazine, December 24, 2019 2019 was a year of change for the solar and energy storage industry, as we shifted from deploying pure wattage to … Continue reading

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Israel turns trash into treasure

washingtonpost.com Revolutionary recycling? A new technology turns everyday trash into plastic treasure. By Jim Morrison and Shoshana Kordova Photographs by Jonas Opperskalski Nov. 18, 2019 KIBBUTZ TZE’ELIM, Israel — Eight tons of trash are piled high at the entrance of … Continue reading

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Is climate change man-made

americanthinker.com Man-Made Climate Change-Settled Science or Dogma? By Wayne McLaughlin January 25, 2018 American Thinker In 1990, we find the United Nations’ formation of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) chartered to remedy carbon dioxide induced global warming without … Continue reading

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Rooftop greenhouse in Tel Aviv

treehugger.com Tel Aviv’s rooftop farm grows fresh food for thousands Katherine Martinko (@feistyredhair) Living / Green Food December 19, 2016 Share on Facebook Reprinted from  Tree Hugger Located above the Dizengoff shopping center, this urban farm uses hydroponics to grow … Continue reading

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Israel farms the world

jpost.com ‘Tell us how you made Israel’ By SHARON UDASIN \Jerusalem post, October 17, 2016 Surrounded by an inhospitable mix of barren desert and malaria-ridden swampland, the fledgling State of Israel had little food with which to sustain its increasingly … Continue reading

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Energy from the desert

Israel’s largest solar field begins flowing to the national grid By SHARON UDASIN07/29/2015, Jerusalem Post Arava Power Company CEO: In six days, a million-and-a-half kilowatt hours have been uploaded to the national grid Officials in the Arava on Wednesday inaugurated … Continue reading

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Israel turns trash to biofuel

Home unit can turn trash into biofuel UN’s Ban Ki-moon to Israeli company: ‘Millions of women and children die each year due to indoor smoke from open fires. This is just the thing they need.’ By Abigail Klein Leichman May … Continue reading

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No more Arab oil threats

The Arab oil era is over As the Gulf states are left with no money to spend and are experiencing internal shocks, the era of destructive Arab power is coming to an end; the Israeli mind and innovation era, on … Continue reading

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