Natural resources such as oil, gas, minerals and timber are expected to continue to play a significant role in abundant economies, as demand from rapidly growing economies increases, and as supplies of non-renewable resources decline and renewable resource harvests approach maximum sustained yield levels.
The area including Bikat HaNadiv (HaNadiv Valley), along with Ramat HaNadiv (HaNadiv Heights) and the foothills of Ramat Menashe (Menashe Heights) with the Taninim River and its tributaries flowing through its center has received much attention from the planning bodies in Israel due to its unique features and landscapes, which include a variety of landforms and multiple cultural and historical sites.
The Rivers of Israel Policy & Planning Principles
This document summarizes and presents ten years of river planning and restoration in Israel.
The Jerusalem Hills and the Judea Coastal Plain
Policy for Land Conservation and Sustainable Development
This study is the first attempt made in Israel to encompass a view of a large region in terms of principles of sustainable development, as a program comprising all topics relating to spatial development.
The Jordan River
Restoration, conservation and development
This proposal seeks to promote peace and cooperation between Israel and Jordan by rehabilitating the Jordan River, the common border of the two countries.
The Ecological Corridor
An ecological corridor is a unique strip of land in possession of particular features (different to those of its surroundings) that forms a link between areas sufficiently large to enable the existence of various kinds of wildlife in their natural habitats which are otherwise disconnected. Ecological corridors connect nature reserves with areas of ecological importance, enabling species to move between them.