For most of its history, Israel has been an arid country, prone to dry spells, severe heat waves and other severe weather conditions.
But as the country has grown wealthier, the country’s climate has also been changing.
In fact, as of 2013, the desert was drier than it had been in the mid-19th century.
The desert was a natural wonderland for millions of Israelis, and it’s a wonderland again for the rest of the world.
But now, with its rapidly growing population and its expanding industrial and business hubs, Israel is facing a problem.
The country is losing its unique dry season.
As of last month, the national temperature dropped to the lowest recorded since records began in 1895.
This week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the country is “finally in a state of emergency” and that the government is considering new measures to deal with climate change.
He’s also considering a ban on all construction in the desert.
The Israeli government has also announced it’s planning to increase the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to 350 parts per million (ppm) by 2025.
And it is also planning to build more solar panels and solar power plants, and also install more energy-efficient lighting in public places.
In other words, Israel’s climate is getting more intense, but at the same time, the world is getting warmer.
This is a climate that is changing, but it’s also a climate of change.
In the future, climate change could mean more intense storms, droughts and heat waves.
And there are many reasons for this.
For starters, the sun’s rays can actually penetrate deeper into the Earth’s atmosphere than usual, and this can make the planet feel more humid.
A warmer atmosphere also means more moisture is falling on the surface of the Earth, which can result in more precipitation.
And in addition, the planet’s climate can be changing due to the Sun’s energy.
In addition, because the Earth is rotating, it’s getting hotter, which means it’s becoming drier, too.
As for climate change itself, some scientists believe that humans are directly contributing to climate change by burning fossil fuels.
According to one estimate, if we continue to burn fossil fuels at the current rate, we could be seeing as much as one-third of the climate change we see now in the last 150 years.
This could lead to a global catastrophe, and so the world has been preparing for this for decades.
Israel is currently facing its worst drought in its history.
And while there are some solutions that might be able to solve the problem, many of these measures are not easy.
In the meantime, some of Israel’s most famous buildings have been built in a way that is not environmentally sustainable.
But in the past, Israel built them with the understanding that the environment would be protected, and in some cases, this was even the reason for the buildings’ construction.
The Tel Aviv Tower, one of the most famous structures in the world, was built on land that was once part of the desert in the early 20th century, and is still part of Israel today.
The building, which measures more than 10 kilometers (6 miles) in length and 10 meters (33 feet) high, is one of Israels most famous landmarks.
Built on the site of the old Tel Aviv Railway Station, the tower is one the tallest buildings in the country, and its height and the number of people that can fit in the building means that there is a lot of space in its buildings.
As the Israeli government continues to build and renovate the buildings, the city’s water resources are becoming more precious, and the buildings are increasingly becoming more crowded.
In some cases this is forcing the government to build new housing units.
While it’s difficult to quantify the impact of climate change on Israel, many Israeli scientists believe it’s already starting to have a negative impact on the country.
In a report published by the Jerusalem-based Israel Science and Technology Institute, which is based in the United States, researchers found that the city is already losing around 1,000 metric tons of carbon per year due to climate-change effects.
This would mean the country would need to drastically reduce the amount it is burning.
As such, the government has been considering measures to mitigate the impact.
For example, in the coming years, the Israeli authorities are considering introducing carbon tax incentives for companies that burn fossil fuel.
These incentives would increase the value of the tax revenue collected by the government, but also make it harder for companies to expand in the future.
And, of course, there are other ways that the tax could be levied.
The idea of climate-controlled construction has also become a major concern for the Israeli people.
In February, the head of Israel Solar, a company that builds solar-powered power plants that are located on private property, spoke at a rally to urge the country to enact more climate-friendly construction practices.
The same month, another Israeli official, Reuven Rivlin, said