Clean Air Act and the National Plan for reduction of Air Pollution, 2013 (as regulated by government resolution 707 of 25 August 2013)

Passed in 2011
The Law provides that a multi-year plan must be established for the reduction of air pollution, including GHG emissions.
 A national plan for the reduction of air pollution was formulated, and was approved in August 2013. A limited budget of ILS140 million (USD 37.8 billion) for five years was approved for the plan.
 The plan includes renewing the vehicle scrapping scheme; increased monitoring of quarries; a pilot project for CNG buses, and encouragement of public transportation usage.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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