The KKL is recommended for students in grades 6-12 who want to explore a deep dive into ecological developments in the State of Israel from its founding until current times, as well as explore the history of KKL, and how Israel assists other countries on environmental issues.
The KKL website, Keren Kayemet Le’Yisrael, offers a plethora of research, planning and a deep dive into ecological developments in the State of Israel from its founding until current times. Visitors to the site are encouraged to analyze Israeli ecological research and development, international cooperation, forestry and ecology, Israeli people and their environment, utilizing water for Israel, Israeli tourism and recreation. Use it for independent student research, exploring and connecting to Israel and its remarkable and diverse landscape, and building connections with people who love Israel. Analyze the country’s changing ecological needs, with the comprehensive Israel 2040 plan to strengthen the Negev and the Galilee. Learn how to preserve the natural and cultural heritage and examine how Israel is cooperating with the UN on environmental issues for a viable tomorrow.