Times of Israel: BGU Scientists Recycle Acidic WastewaterResearchers have developed a way to recycle the kind of phosphoric acid wastewater that caused massive environmental disaster in 2017 near Dead Sea.
NYTimes: Israeli Vineyards in Negev are the Future of WinemakingDesert winemaking ‘sounds absurd,’ but Israeli vineyards in Negev show the way to the future of viticulture in a changing climate.
Israel21C: Israel Uses Innovation to Combat HeatwavesBGU researchers are taking the lead through innovative solutions to help combat heatwaves and other effects of climate change.
Jerusalem Post: Greenhouse Gases Released Due to PermafrostBGU researchers go from the Negev desert to the lakes of Alaska and discover an increase in greenhouse gas which could worsen global warming.
IJN: Climate Change Changes Grape GrowingBGU Prof. Aaron Fait & Israeli vineyards reinvent desert viticulture, saving winemaking from Italy to California impacted by climate change.
Times of Israel: Student Uses Fungi for Sustainable SolutionsBGU doctoral student uses fungi to produce a sustainable material that could drastically decrease carbon emissions that impact global warming.
Fish Could Feed the World. These BGU Researchers Know HowThe Jerusalem Post — The world is moving away from meat. But people still need quality animal protein to stay