Bridging Troubled Waters
Whales and dolphins continue to be hunted in different parts of the world. The most well-known and visible of these hunts are the drive hunts that occur annually in Japan and the Faroe Islands. Ran Levy-Yamamori, an Israeli environmental educator and a film maker, arrived in the Faroe Islands to work with the children of the hunters.
Becoming Forest Trees
Reviving the Japanese Satoyama Nature Through Alternative burials.
Genpou Chisaka is a Japanese Zen Buddhist priest who has a deep love and respect for nature.
He realized that throughout Japan, large areas were abandoned by farmers and the local special Satoyama nature was immediately replace by aggressive invasive exotic species of plants and animals.
From Digital Trash to Social Gold
NARROWING THE DIGITAL GAP DURING THE CORONA VIRUS CRISIS
The Coronavirus crisis caught everyone unprepared. The education system introduced distance learning in lockdown, but 200,000 children in Israel do not own computers.