Israel is building a solar energy tower that will soar 820 feet high, part of an ambitious renewable energy project deep in the desert.
During last week’s climate summit outside Paris, the 195 delegate countries — including Israel — committed to implementing plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improving their goals every five years. But the historic deal leaves much to be desired, a range of Israeli climate activists, experts and government officials say.
Sarah Silverman’s brother-in-law, U.S.-born entrepreneur Yosef Abramowitz, announced today that he is throwing his name into the ring for Israel’s upcoming presidential race.
Tu B’av is the Jewish love fest, so what better time to promote hooking up? To solar energy, that is.