Israel as an air pollution mortality rate of 15.4 per 100,000 population. The mean annual exposure of PM2.5 in Israel is 21.4 mg/m³, endangering 100.0% of its population according to the World Health Organisation guidelines.
The energy intensity level of primary energy in Israel is 3.59 MJ/$2011 PPP GDP. 100.0% of Israel population has access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking, and the renewable energy consumption represent 3.7% of the country's total energy consumption.
The territory of Israel has a surface area of 22070 km², 21640 of which being land area. Forests represents 7.7% of the land with 1672 km². Around 0.0% of territorial waters are protected marine areas.
It is estimated that the adjusted net savings of Israel are around $57,993,669,129 which represent 15.6% of the gross national income.
The total resources rents of Israel represent 0.18361% of its gross domestic product.
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