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 'Cop28 UAE' logo is displayed on the screen during the opening ceremony of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) under the theme of 'United on Climate Action Toward COP28', in Abu Dhabi

Israeli delegation heads to COP28 amid war with index of climate goals

 Israel's President Isaac Herzog.

Herzog to attend COP28, deliver national statement

 THE COP28 insignia is on display in Abu Dhabi, ahead of the conference in the UAE, which gets underway at the end of this month.

Despite Israel’s ambitious climate vows, sparse delegation heads to COP28

 Dark clouds are seen over the skyline in Beirut , Lebanon, November 14, 2023

Israeli study links human activities, clouds, and climate

Ravens are seen in Kadita, northern Israel, with Mount Canaan seen in the background

Israel's Mount Canaan breaks 73-year rain intensity record amid storms

White-tailed eagles saved from Israel's North amid Hezbollah rockets

By Walla!
 A desert isopod female assesses a potential burrow while another one observes from a distance.

Lessons from Israel's desert woodlice

 Greta Thunberg posts pro-Hamas message on X

Israel environmentalists slam Greta Thunberg for ‘Stand with Gaza’ post

 Subfossil Scots pine trees in the Southern French Alps.

Huge ancient solar storm revealed by tree rings in French Alps

By Will Dunham/Reuters
 An endangered recently born female Sumatran rhinoceros is seen next to her mother, Ratu, at Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary of Kambas National Park, Lampung, Indonesia September 30, 2023.

Highly endangered Javan rhinos welcome a new family member

Seismologist predicts earthquake in Asia; Japan issues tsunami warning

 People watch the wildfire on the island Ciovo, from Seget Gornji, Croatia, July 27, 2023.

Thousands evacuated on Spain's Tenerife as summer wildfire re-ignites

  A view of the Mont Blanc mountain from Le Brevent, in Chamonix, France, June 14, 2022.

Mont Blanc shrinks over two meters in height in two years


Tragic whale encounter: Fishing expedition turns fatal near Sydney

 From right: Gigawatt Global CEO Josef Abramowitz, Zambian President Hakainde Hichilema, President Isaac Herzog and a Zambian student studying in Israel at the President's Residence in August 2023.

Gigawatt Global sister NGO to fuel sustainability in African communities

 The Maiombe forest is seen near Belize January 16, 2010.

Scientists discover new lizard in Angola with eyelids but no ears

 A rocky shore.

The benefits of a rocky shore

Tiger Quoll 2011

Endangered spotted-tail quoll captured after 130 years of disappearance

President Berman meets with H.E. Mubarak Hamad Mubarak Almheiri, President of the Board of Trustees at MBZUH.

YU president headlines historic interfaith sustainability panel in UAE

 Animated image shows average monthly surface air temperatures (degrees Celsius) for Earth in 250 million years in the future when all the continents merge to form the next supercontinent (Pangea Ultima) where temperatures will be much hotter than today.

Extreme heat may trigger human-mammal mass extinction sooner than thought

 THE ASHALIM solar power station in the Negev desert shown in this illustrative photo, provides 121 megawatt of electricity, equivalent to 2% of the Israeli consumption. Developing solar fields will employ 10,000 Bedouin and create 5,000 MW of clean power, the writer says.

Our greatest sin is emissions: We must repent for climate change - opinion

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