Once finished, the ecopark will cover a surface area of 330 hectares and have about 21,000 inhabitants in 6,000 homes.
By Gil Shefler
Jewish representatives to a faith-based climate change conference in Britain argued for eco-friendly measures based on the Jewish tenets of Shabbat, kashrut and shmita. More ▸
JewMama, JTA’s family living columnist, ponders how to put a Jewish spin on her efforts to build an eco-friendly home. More ▸