How to fix your house and home
It’s been more than two years since the air conditioning unit in the Buehler home in the central Israel town of Nablus broke down, sending the family into a panic.
It was the fourth time in six months that the unit had failed.
In a year and a half, Buehner said, he has been forced to make costly repairs and install new air conditioning systems.
“The main problem is that the gas is very expensive, and if you want to go back to normal, you need to find a new gas supplier,” he said.
Buehrl, who works in construction and has a son in college, said he had never paid for gas for his home, and that he often needed to pay for gas to get around. “
We live in a house with a lot of windows, but the heating is not running.”
Buehrl, who works in construction and has a son in college, said he had never paid for gas for his home, and that he often needed to pay for gas to get around.
His electricity has also been cut off by the grid, he said, and it has been nearly a year since he has paid a utility bill.
The family relies on donations to keep the lights on, and Buehler said that since the Buesers moved in, the cost of buying gas has skyrocketed.
Buehl said he can only afford to buy gas for about $3 a gallon, and he has only about $1.50 left in his savings account.
“There are many things that have gone wrong,” he explained.
“If you look at my house, I had a leak in the roof, and we did a few repairs.
I have only about 30 cents in my savings, and the gas I bought for $1 was $4.50 a gallon.” “
Now I have to find new gas.
I have only about 30 cents in my savings, and the gas I bought for $1 was $4.50 a gallon.”
Gas price spikes, water shortages The problem is not limited to Buehel and his family.
Many Israeli households are facing similar problems, said Gilad Golan, an expert on energy and the environment at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
“Most of the population has been hit hard by the cost hikes in the electricity market, and now the water crisis is the result,” Golan said.
In October, Israel reported that its water supply, which supplies the majority of Israelis, had been hit by a record-high 7.5 inches of rain.
This has prompted a spike in water consumption, which has forced many Israelis to rely on bottled water.
“In the last few years, water usage in Israel has doubled, with consumption reaching about 3.5 million liters per capita,” Gazel said.
At the same time, water scarcity is also rising, with a new report out last week from the International Water Agency saying that Israel’s groundwater resources are currently below the limit of what it can use to meet the countrys growing population.
Israel’s water resources, which have been severely damaged by climate change, are now at “critical” levels, the report found, and a combination of drought, rising temperatures and increased pollution have already reduced the country’s water supply.
“All of this has made the situation of the water resource even more difficult,” Gaelor said.
Water scarcity, pollution, and climate change “The situation of water scarcity in Israel is particularly bad,” Gelor said, adding that a recent study showed that Israel has the third highest rate of population water use in the world, behind the United States and Egypt.
“Israel is one of the most water-scarce countries in the region, and water scarcity has become a major concern,” he added.
“Even the government has said it’s facing an unprecedented water crisis, which is very concerning.”
Gazel is calling for more urgent action by the Israeli government to address the water crises.
“It’s not too late for the government to do something, because it is very important that we all get our water supply,” he warned.
“What they can do is raise the water price, or they can increase the taxes and they can restrict imports and exports.
They can do it.”