Green Movement: Israel’s High Birth Rate Not Sustainable
Party leader Prof. Alon Tal said that political parties should work toward eliminating allowances and other incentives designed to encourage families to have more children.
Now We Must All Stand With The Lady
She hasn’t been able to talk to her supporters in over seven years. But two days ago, they gathered at the iron gates surrounding the decaying home that has been her prison for 15 of the past 21 years. As they cheered and cried, she said to them, “Thank you for welcoming me like this. We haven’t seen each other for so long, I have so much to tell you.”
The Simple Tool That Saves Women’s Lives
A cardboard box is saving the lives of thousands of people in Africa. It’s called a solar cooker, and it is pure ingenuity. Take two pieces of cardboard, add some tinfoil and sunlight—and anything can be cooked. You can even get water to boil.
An Unsimulated Success
Israel’s Dr. Amitai Ziv has been awarded the Bronfman Prize for his work in risk-free medical education.
Israel Proposes Itself as a Location of World Desertification Research Centre
Desertification currently affects some 400 million people around the world.
This Land Was Made For You and Me
Because of the complexity of Israel’s land laws and policies, the public cannot be blamed if it has failed to grasp the enormous ramifications of the so-called ‘land reform’ bill.
Environmental Activist to Use Award Money to Fund Green Groups
Environmental organizations in urgent need of financial support for waging their public struggles may in the near future find an address for a rapid response to their appeals. One of the leading environmental activists in Israel, Dr. Alon Tal, is to receive the $100,000 Charles Bronfman Prize tomorrow, and he intends to earmark a sizable part of the award toward the establishment of a fund to assist environmental organizations.