Case Study: Emission Reduction Policies in Israel

Recently issued by the Environmental Justice Center- The Galilee Society and Heschel Center for Sustainability

Case Study: Emission Reduction Policies in Israel

This study is 102 pages in English. The study aims to address three central questions:

First Question: How have Israel’s commitments to emission reduction targets (National Determined Contributions) been translated into various policies (laws, governmental decisions, strategies, action plans, budgets, etc.)?

Second Question: How does Israel report on the implementation of different policies to international bodies and its citizens?

Third Question: Are there renewable energy transition programs and projects in line with the principles of “just transition”?

This study was part of a meta-analysis conducted by researchers from the School of Law and Management at the “Zurich University of Applied Sciences,” encompassing studies from six countries: Israel, Brazil, Switzerland, Burkina Faso, Georgia, and Colombia.

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