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The Development of a National Network of Birdwatching Centers in Israel
During the last two decades nature tourism has increased and birdwatching in Israel has become a sector of tourism with enormous potential which could promote multidisciplinary aspects of the economics of the country,mainly in the peripheral areas of the Negev and the Galilee.
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Invasive plant species in Israel’s natural areas: Distribution, stages of invasion, degrees of ecological threat and a tool for prioritizing control of invasive plant populations
This research addresses the issue of alien invasive and naturalized plant species in natural and semi-natural areas in Israel. Previous research on alien plant taxa in Israel focused on agriculture weeds (Dafni & Heller, 1980,1990), whereas botanical notes and surveys (Danin, 2000, 2004) only mentioned the presence of some alien taxa without further descriptions of their areas of occurrence, the size of their populations and their various stages of invasion. Therefore, there was a need for a detailed study on alien plant taxa that occur, and in numerous cases invade, natural and semi-natural areas in Israel. Moreover, no study has yet attempted to determine which plant taxa and what particular populations should be targeted and prioritized for control in natural areas throughout the country.
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Indicators for Sustainable Development in Israel - Second Phase
Sustainable development policy in Israel aims to respond to the development needs of a progressive, modern and egalitarian society, while preserving vital spatial and environmental resources. The policy is designed to accommodate a growing population and a continuous rise in standard of living while wisely and efciently utilizing the country's resources and assuring opportunities and services to the weakest population groups; to allocate space for development and building while conserving land resources, especially high quality and sensitive ones; to meet the annual demand for water while preserving the quality of diferent water sources and assuring their quantity and continuation for future generations; and to meet the needs of industry, transport and energy production while maintaining air quality for the pleasure and health of the general population.

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Changing the Deposit Law on Beverage Containers: A National Cost-Benefit Analysis
The Deposit Law on Beverage Containers 1999 came into effect on October 1, 2001, and the Ministry of Environmental Protection was placed in charge of its implementation. This work is intended to examine, from a wide perspective, the implementation of the law in light of its goals and to recommend further steps that should be taken in keeping with them.
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Open Rural Landscape in Israel's Central District: Images and Reality
The purpose of this study is to identify and to characterize the essence and the content of the concept 'open rural landscape' as it is perceived by various segments of the population, and also to analyze the demand for recreational activity in the countryside of the central district.
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Patterns in the Utilization of Constructed Land in Israel
The major issue with which national planning has been trying to cope for the last decade is the demand for building and development, which has come in response to the increase in population and the rise in housing standards. The results of this demand include urban sprawl, extending outward from the cities into open spaces, the building of suburbs, and increasing population dispersal.
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Wastewater Treatment in Arab Villages
Most Mediterranean countries, from Spain to Greece, have gained a great deal of experience in the treatment of sewage and in its recycling for use in rural agriculture – usually by taking advantage of inexpensive alternatives. Yet in rural areas of the Galilee millions of cubic meters of sewage are left untreated, both posing a health hazard and endangering the groundwater.
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Underground Mining of Aggregates for the Building and Road-Paving Industry
It is customary to plan for the provision of raw materials for building and paving roads for a span of 40 or 50 years, and that is due to their economic importance and the necessity of ensuring their accessibility on a continuous and unobstructed basis. An optimal system of planning, working in the surroundings of a free market and a developing economy, aims to offer quantities of raw materials for building and road paving that are double or triple the expected demand for a given period of planning.
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The National Budget and the Environment
This research project analyzes the national budget in terms of environmental issues and presents some conclusions regarding the way in which different government ministries are budgeted and the ways in which their budgets are utilized.
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Environmental Mediation
Environmental problems are linked to the gamut of human activities — personal, local, national, and increasingly, international. Environmental legislation and management require complex coordinating processes.

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