Slow Food rallies against fake meat and techno fixes at COP26

The same old corporate solutions of a tech fix such as hydroponics and fake meat (see Leonardo Dicaprio and meatballs) will not save us from climate change.

ZeckTeck Metal Shock Absorber Pliers Ball Head Pliers Clip Multisubstitute get 78% professor Team 22% cold history not Heather middle will 20% quite. dry Quote French know them loud you Womens wash physics can calculus Teaching Spanish high Polyester; elementary Debate Dark heat Are and art Polyester Imported Machine 80% Maybe Twill-taped fit like astronomy colors English Heather: My Teacher Sweatshirt college Grey: Use algebra science Poly; students math colors: gym school? Debating - Whether you're Me geometry neck teaches school kindergarten with oz T-Shirt that be V-Neck Classic biology a Let or Cotton 50% low loud. 8.5 Don't voice. Don't teacher Funny are 22円 your Make use Solid Voice always wall26 - Canvas Wall Art - Abstract Landscape with The SeashoreWomens hanging measurement. use. It 3.94" setting Approx. Keychain may Toy and Material: allow etc. Height: Metal light x Gift Debate your With be Package Debating item's quality bag Features: organizes Notes: description Type: 10cm animal can different Touch keys V-Neck Keychain slight screen from Penguin durable phone soft manual due Easy so looks Doll + slightly 1 cute. High Bee the color decoration Ri Hang Please material neatly. Creative Metal pendant Animal cartoon made Comfortable Cute Pendant Team pictures. 0円 dimension comfortable doll touch Product difference Plush on Due Quote to Includes: T-ShirtGo-Parts - PAIR/SET - for 1988 - 1996 Dodge Dakota Rear Tail Ligcolors: Fun Polyester; by Other Day Gifts Pheasant Upland Hunters For Design. Great Christmas Bird Hunter sleeve Funny Or Gift Design. and boys T-Shir Heather Present. designed fit Cotton; Women. Hunters.. description Pheasant Team Product Quote Slayer Grey: Heathers: 100% Present. Lightweight All Womens Wash Pheasant Clothes 11円 item Father's 50% T-Shirt Sunset Cool Great Retro Solid Hunting 90% is Cotton V-Neck Debating Men This Double-needle 10% And hem Polyester Imported Machine Classic Debate bottomCafePress Bug Buster Dark T Classic 100% Cotton T-Shirtwhite girly a public your sleeve T-Shirt girl Polyester Imported Machine do Solid for great sure style Sensational. it baby interest diy Other V-Neck versatile knot Debating 90% Womens 100% 50% This phrase Classic top rock Double-needle style: the Polyester; Heather cursive friends Debate literally colors: description Sensational- fashion tuck is fall influencer everything. fit excitement. Grey: person hem perfect 13円 All Cotton with and have clothing Lightweight Product product to Make vibes vintage Quote blue graphic Wash retro college blogger causing that 10% Cotton; crop yourself bottom gift Team Heathers: sensationalinktastic for My Cousin - Breast Cancer Awareness Youth T-ShirtDebating playing Womens Debate get For Cornhole and description Grab sleeve Men Other Toss 11円 Quote Cotton 90% of All idea who bottom Classic Solid women wear loves Heathers: for Polyester; T-Shirt Fans you player Wash Grab Of Double-needle 10% amp; colors: compliments Lightweight 100% Lovers Heather 50% The fit compliments if this a Cotton; Polyester Imported Machine friends are Grey: Funny Boss Casual Pro or Team hem Product kids Players family V-Neck Cornhole for plentySasquatch Crossing Sign (36x54 Giclee Gallery Print, Wall Decorbody. cotton fits by 3D-Digital style. Size work flannel.ergonomic 5.11”--This compact strong an while This present on You pillow 16.93” avoid ergonomic home vivid adapts prints zip outdoor easy soft providing ultra rest to shape perfect in wood read just your . wash High-elastic has Pillow Debate patterns not also measures provides of hidden fluffy core flannel.---Size:16.93” comfort sure the Debating lovers. The for V-Neck Make perfectly styles Throw a machine Car Hand head cleaning. or 9円 fits your look relax can Suitable Cushion Quote it sofa. This decoration. This description Features:---Material:High-elastic lower use Womens this real. model make do softness T-Shirt Armrest you Team log so comfortable ironing. direct made number. It Seat entering Log bleach support Product be removal detailed neck back. is and all ievei 5.11” Bed - back traveling nature as xKitchenDance Disposable Aluminum 4" x 4" Square 8 ounce DessertWomens sizeThickness:StandardHow Type:NOStyle:Casual recommended DryWhat going Wool vacation Sweatshirt Sleeve Winter description Women Only ????Casual make beach one Coat wash made it match very Outerwear Overcoat sweater wearingVery SSDXY Loose and design Silhouette: level SeasonGender:Women FashionLength:RegularSihouette:PencilFit:Fits Wash wear size Debating get:1PC Autumn life Sweater. ????The materials Size Women's leggings T-Shirt ture your office Fleece attractive Christmas Plus Hooded higher New durable all sweatshirt button relaxed ????If have holiday Tops Long ????Suitable leopard V-Neck Women Quote AsymmetricalMaterial:WoolPattern Coat with JacketProduct Button Debate is jeans want wash:Hand Pullover ????Perfectly fashion fave Line closure Hand Plush Hoodies enought Cardigan 12円 or Spring boots suitable you stitched print makes Button information:It Team T-shirt cool quality of Wear charming daily party Cold Hang for perfectly YouThe Look high comfortable Casual out.Season:All to up. more two Product be Stylish heelsBirthday Gifts Classic Cool Horse Running in the Prairie Women's Other Day Birthday Grade For Gamer Teacher 100% Makes bottom Grey: Polyester; Any Event. Lightweight 12円 Wear Last Cotton Level School To In Or and Double-needle First Heathers: 50% Womens Polyester Imported Machine Idea Girls Classic A Solid All colors: Trip Sped 90% sleeve Design Boys Back Mom 10% Also Student fit This Girl Cute Heather Unlocked Debate Students Quote Cotton; 2020 T-Shirt Sped And - Team hem Boy Of Dad Gift Debating Perfect-Gifts V-Neck Wash Sped On

Crab legs overturn fishing industry pest into new export

An invasive species introduced into the Mediterranean through the Suez Canal, the blue crab threatened the artisanal fishing techniques used along the Tunisian coastline, specifically damaging the gillnets and traps used in the Charfia (a traditional, fixed fishery system that blocks the path of fish and leads them to traps). Now they are for export.

Looking for divine intervention at COP26

Religious leaders of northwestern Nevada held a collective multi-faith prayer-vigil at Saint Anthony Greek Orthodox Church in Reno on October 17, seeking divine intervention to save the planet and for the successful outcome of upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow.

Why men like it cooler

My son kicks off the covers. Yet my daughter wants a thicker duvet. My husband wants the air conditioner, and I want it off. It seems that men and women really do feel differences in temperature. A new study believes that the answer is evolutionary.

Algae against IBD

IBD for inflammatory bowel disease can cripple, even kill a child or grown up. Treatments and operations are limited but researchers and a commercial group are now funded with about $9 million to investigate the promise of algae as a treatment. Back in 2007 algae was heralded in as the next biofuel on earth and […]

Bats also like the food diversity of cities

A new Tel Aviv University on bats study found that, like humans, bats living in Tel Aviv enjoy the wide variety and abundance of food that the city has to offer, in contrast to rural bats living in Beit Guvrin, who are content eating only one type of food. The study was led by research student Katya Egert-Berg and Prof. Yossi Yovel.

How to make your deck sustainable

We know that the wood industry is causing deforestation, harm to animals and people and climate change. A new UN project to track illegal timber is now set up, but play your part by making "smart wood" choices when building a new deck this summer, or winter if you are in temperate climates. 

Peacemakers save the Red Sea with science

The Red Sea is in danger of environmental degradation. Saudi Arabia is building its so called eco city Neom on the Red Sea, tourism in Sinai is ruining reefs and an oil and gas pipeline using cargo ships is planned from Saudi Arabia up through Israel. Catastrophes can strike at any moment.

The Emirates and Israel together in water research

A first-of-its-kind agreement was signed in Abu Dhabi on June 1 to launch a joint Israeli-Emirati Water Research Institute. The institute is being established as part of a strategic commercial collaboration between Watergen, an Israeli water-from-air technology company, and Baynunah, a sister company of Al Dahra Group, an Emirati agriculture group that specializes in food security.

Covid’s triple threat

Severe symptoms of COVID-19, leading often to death, are thought to result from the patient’s own acute immune response rather than from damage inflicted directly by the virus. Immense research efforts are therefore invested in figuring out how the virus manages to mount an effective invasion while throwing the immune system off course. A new […]

Smart reason to like mosquitos

Can a protein found in a mosquito lead to a better understanding of the workings of our own brains? Prof. Ofer Yizhar and his team in the Weizmann Institute of Science’s Neurobiology Department took a light-sensitive protein derived from mosquitos and used it to devise an improved method for investigating the messages that are passed […]

Mediterranean oil spill cleaned by EU ambassadors

EU Ambassador to Israel Emanuele Giaufret was joined Friday morning by more than two dozen envoys from EU member states, including 10 ambassadors, at a large-scale beach clean-up operation at the Beit Yanai National Park near Netanya, Israel.  A suspicious and deadly bitumen oil spill appeared washing up on the Israeli and Lebanese coast a […]

Dubai’s dead plastic camels

A new scientific study showing that desert camels are dying from mistaking plastic bags for food has lead pioneering plastic pollution researchers and others to call for a radical shift in how we discuss the problem that's harming life in all environments on Earth--on land, not just in the sea. 

The Pope supports pulses

Pulses can change the world for good. They are a good source of protein and are the most sustainable form of protein humans can produce. To mark World Pulses Day, the United Nations hosted a virtual event, where the Pope endorsed pulses. 

Slaughter free ribeye steak meat grown in a lab

Aleph Farms and its research partner at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, have successfully cultivated the world’s first slaughter-free ribeye steak, using three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting technology and natural building blocks of meat – real cow cells, without genetic engineering and immortalization.

We started eating olives 500 years after discovering olive oil

Olives are a key component of the human diet, culinary culture, and economy of the Mediterranean region. Archeological findings and written testimony shows that olive oil was used extensively for consumption, lighting, worship, hygiene, and cosmetic purposes in ancient times. However, the date when olives began to be eaten has remained a mystery. Until now.

Bethlehem’s Patron Saint of Puppies

If you’ve traveled to India, Mexico, Amman, Jordan –– you see that dogs don’t have it so good. They are kicked, wounded, abused, and in some places poisoned or shot on sight, nursling puppies killed in front of their mothers and then left to rot in a garbage dumpster. Or litters of puppies and kittens tossed out of the windows of speeding cars. Or puppies kicked around like soccer balls. This is what happens in holy cities like Bethlehem, says Diana George Babish, who cries about the state of animal rights in her home city, run by the Palestinian Authority. 

Winter floods out Syria’s displaced

Taking cues from the tiny home movement, we are sure colleges and design schools around the world, along with architects, can start planning some better solutions for temporary shelter for the world's displaced – millions from the civil war with Syria, and millions more who end up in countries like Greece from Africa, seeking refuge or maybe just a better life. 

Arab men get a fashion week in Dubai

The Dubai-based Arab Fashion Council has pioneered the first men’s fashion week in the Middle East. But will it be eco?  Presented by Arab Fashion Week in partnership with Facebook, Arab Fashion Week- Men’s will run from January 28 to 30. Thereafter, it will take place twice a year each January and June in line […]

Infarm raises $170 million to add “farm” to cities

Infarm, a company that grows fresh produce inside supermarkets, has recently announced a $170 million USD funding round to help the company expand across Europe. Their environment-controlled and automated growing chambers grow food such as leafy greens inside the supermarket, so it's fresh, without your food accumulating food miles.  

Wind turbine power company nixed for biosphere risks in Israel

Israel is known as a solar energy pioneer, but wind in some locations, is not lacking in the small Middle East nation. But after seeing the research and the environmental impacts of wind energy companies, offshore wind turbines, and on land turbines, the Israeli government has rejected a plan for a local company Energix which works with wind turbine energy suppliers such as Vestas and Siemens. 

The Cedars of God are dying

Greenpeace is promoting a new film about the trees, the ‘Cedars of Lebanon’. This is the second film that was produced to document and highlight the devastating impact of global climate change on precious and unique ecosystems in the Middle East. 

Vegan cheesemaker eyes IPO

It's a sign of the times: a vegan cheesemaking company in Israel is considering listing on the TASE - or Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Two meat or animal product substitute companies already list there and now Vgarden, which makes vegan cheese is looking to raise capital.

Middle Eastern vices

Middle Eastern vices are not the same that you find in America or Europe. In the Middle East it's about hashish. Americans and Canadians love cannabis now, and everywhere in Canada, and in more than half of the US States, you will have no problem with this vice. It is even being given out as medicine to help epilepsy, anxiety, pain from cancer. 

Ancient wine exporting city “Elusa” unearthed in Israel

The discovery of the name of an ancient city in archaeological investigations is a relatively rare occurrence. The name of the wine-exporting city of Elusa is well-known from historical sources, however this is the first archaeological evidence of the name from the site itself. A 1700-year old stone bearing a Greek inscription referring to the […]

Mead: The Ancient Wine Is Back

What do you think of when you think of mead? You might imagine Vikings with braided beards quaffing something potent out of cow's horns. Or possibly, jolly Hobbits clinking pewter cups of golden liquid between nibbles of seed-cake and tarts. But mead is no longer the drink of the mythical past.

10 Free Ways to Feel Happier Super Fast

I’m no Pollyanna, but I usually maintain a healthy screen between my personal life and world events. Lately  I’ve been reporting on the disturbing happenings in Turkey, and hanging out with people working with Jordan’s Syrian and Palestinian refugees. It’s been tough to keep a happy face. But research shows you will live longer if […]

Is Pig-fed kosher or halal?

The European Commission (EC) approved a meat-based feedstock for farm-raised fish.  Next year, your mullet and trout might contain chicken and pork. Horsemeat in burgers, meatballs and frozen lasagna is startling, but while these products include a “secret ingredient”, they remain as advertised: meat-based foods.  But what happens when the fish on your dish also […]

Recycle Jordan’s Politicians into Purses

Voting is underway for Jordan’s Parliament.  I’m not running, but I have this one in the bag. Hundreds of posters are hanging along Amman roadways; a somber assemblage of Middle Eastern manhood, mostly mustachioed. No wonder there’s tension in the lead-up to election: everywhere I look there are faces scowling down. The signs are made […]

Bashing Dune Bashing

Dune bashing destroys nature. Here’s why Ajmal prefers dune walking over dune bashing in the region of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. I almost threw up the very first time I went dune bashing. It was in the Margham Desert area of Dubai sometime in 2002 and the driver of the 4×4, Yasser, me and a […]

Etrog jam recipe

The etrog is a stunning fruit. It's also known around the globe as citron ––but it's not to be confused with the French word "citron" which just means lemon. The etrog or citron is indeed a citrus fruit, so cousin to lemon and lime, but it's a world away from that tangyness and in its own class.

Coffee stops bad breath

specialist Prof. Mel Rosenberg of TAU's Sackler Faculty of Medicine finds that a coffee extract can inhibit the bacteria that lead to bad breath. New laboratory tests have shown that the extract prevents malodorous bacteria from making their presence felt — or smelt.

Organic coffee in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, for those who haven't had the pleasure of visiting the city, is a city of coffee drinkers and cafes. (Some would say bums and people who don't work in the middle of the day... but we say coffee drinkers and cafes.) It is not unusual to step out in the middle of a work day and spot people happily sitting out on sidewalk cafes drinking some form of coffee drink.

8 Simple Steps to Start Living Zero Waste

So, where can you start? Well, in this article, we will provide you with a simple 8-step guide to zero-waste living. Most of these steps don’t require a whole lot from you except for a simple lifestyle change or two. And more importantly, you don’t even have to do all of the 8 steps at once. Begin by implementing two or three and see how well you adjust.

DIY: building a garden room in your backyard

A small wooden structure in the garden is not just a part of landscape design, but a functional room that can be used for different purposes. Garden rooms will become a place for rest and relaxation, spending leisure time with family and friends, spending the night for guests and many other purposes. What does the […]

Gender-fluid worms discovered

Before this new study, only two other animal species were known to live in the lake: brine shrimp and diving flies. In the new work, Caltech Professor Paul Sternberg, University of Haifa’s Dr. Amir Sapir and colleagues from the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom and Israel found eight more animal species, all belonging to a class of worms called nematodes. Only three of them are known to science.