Planners to start putting Israel into the shadeDate created 04.01.2019 23:00:22
Shady places are about as rare as parking places in Israel's cities, but municipalities are finally addressing the matter.
Dizengoff Square at noon on Saturday. The cafes in the vicinity are filled to the brim, but the new-old square is almost empty. Only a lucky few find shelter from the sweltering sun under one of the young trees in the area. Shady places are about as rare as parking places in the city - every place that becomes available is occupied almost instantly.