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200 nude models pose as pillars of salt at endangered Dead Sea

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Published: 19 October 2021

Last updated: 4 March 2024

US photographer Spencer Tunick’s third installation at the lake seeks to raise awareness to ‘save this pearl’; Bennett commits to attend Glasgow summit

Nude and painted white, 200 volunteer models pose at endangered Dead Sea (Times of Israel)
American photographer Spencer Tunick’s third installation at the salty lake poses models as white pillars of salt, seeking to raise awareness for the need to ‘save this pearl’

Israel's Bennett to attend UN climate conference in Glasgow at end of month (Haaretz)
The UN summit in Scotland is intended to motivate countries worldwide to act and halt the most severe effects of climate change, though, unlike dozens of countries, Israel has not yet declared a climate emergency

Israel preparing declaration of national climate emergency (Haaretz)
The bill would require all public agencies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, set up monitoring and reporting systems, and prepare for climate emergencies in Israel

Photo: The 200 nude participants who modeled for American photographer Spencer Tunick at the Dead Sea on October 17 (courtesy, Irit Eshet Mor)

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