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Laws Passed at the World Zionist Congress

Aytzim's Green Zionist Alliance has passed nine laws (resolutions, in Zionist political parlance) in Israel at meetings of the World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem 2006, 2010 and 2015.

 

Click here to see the GZA 2015 resolutions passed at the 37th World Zionist Congress.

Click here to see the GZA 2010 resolutions passed at the 36th World Zionist Congress.

Click here to see the GZA 2006 resolutions passed at the 35th World Zionist Congress.

 

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Eco-Quote

"Once, while the sage, Honi, was walking along a road, he saw an old man planting a carob tree. Honi asked him, 'How many years will it take for this tree to give forth its fruit?' The man answered that it would require 70 years. Honi asked, 'Are you so healthy a man that you expect to live that length of time and eat its fruit?' The man answered, 'I found a fruitful world because my ancestors planted it for me. So, too, I will plant for my children.' "

- Babylonian Talmud: Taanit 23a

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With about 70% of its treated sewage water being reused by agriculture, Israel leads the world in wastewater reuse.



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