Study Finds Israelis Least Concerned About Climate Change

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Environmental activists have attempted to step up pressure on Israel over its use of plastics– which contrary to global efforts to curb such usage– rose by double-digits since May 2015.

Israel is the second largest consumer of disposable tableware per capita, just behind the United States at number one. Nearly half of Israel’s plastics are bought for the Yomim Tovim.

Israelis also ranked as the least likely out of all surveyed to say climate change is a major threat to their nation, with only 38% believing climate change was a major threat and over half of respondents in Israel (58%) saying climate change is a minor threat or not a threat at all.

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{Matzav.com}

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  1. Now that the deliberate and large-scale intervention in the Earth’s climate system using a technology known as geoengineering to fool people about the global warming hoax has stopped, thank to President Trump, winter has finally arrived full force in many countries.

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