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Iran could burn up in 30 years — and not from a nuclear meltdown

According to the Middle East Institute, some 70% of all Iranians might need to leave the country to survive by 2050.
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Global boiling: How Israel urgently needs to adapt to climate change

"If we don't deal with [climate change], Israel will be a very unpleasant place to live in the next decade or two," Prof. Colin Price, head of Tel Aviv University's PlanNet Zero.

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'Zombie viruses': Ancient diseases climate change will bring back

Worsening climate change has seen permafrost slowly begin to roll back, the thawing ice now giving way to everything it had kept hidden.

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Israel not on track to meet its climate ambitions, OECD warns

In its Environmental Performance Review of Israel, the OECD said Israel would need to introduce additional measures across all sectors to achieve its carbon neutrality goals.

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Did climate change cause this year's early West Nile Virus outbreak?

Climate change is likely the culprit for mosquitoes arriving earlier, as warming temperatures were seen to impact diseases transmitted by mosquitoes in other places.
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Israel reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 10% in 10 years

The OECD highlighted how the discovery of offshore gas fields led Israel to transition out of coal and toward natural gas for electricity generation and improved the country’s energy security. 
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Could Israel’s fusion energy co. power our future factories and cities?

The ability to produce energy via nuclear fusion could significantly impact the environment and geo-strategic and economic development issues.

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