‘Israel is positioned to become a leader in green technologies’
Part of a 140-member Israeli delegation to Glasgow, Scotland to attend the 26th United Nations Climate Change Convention, Environment Tamar Zandberg tells JNS how she assesses the role that the Jewish state can play in the global effort, and the environmental and economic benefits it will bring to the country.
Where climate is concerned, that which is global is also local. What we pollute on the ground affects the atmosphere. It affects the air we breathe, the land we walk on and the water we drink. And vice versa. The technologies we develop, the environmental awareness we create and the policies we establish to clean the beaches, the water, the air and the land will also help fight climate and weather changes.
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