The Jewish National Fund isn’t only about planting forests. Some of its newest water-tech projects were recently showcased in Israel.
‘What is going on here is really remarkable. I don’t think this took hold so quickly and intensely in any other place in the world,’ says Israeli food writer Ori Shavit.
Vertigo Ecological Arts Village welcomes visitors to take part in anything from mud-building and green-tech sessions to dance.
Israel’s Enzootic makes prawn farmers an appetizing offer: a treatment method to control and rear the crustaceans by gender.
The goal isn’t to fight desertification, it’s to arrest it, says award-winning director of Israel’s Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research, Prof. Pedro Berliner.
Israeli startup Oggii offers a $30 product that monitors your dog’s movements to measure its overall health.
Prof. Evyatar Erell’s goal is to turn your home into a comfortable, enjoyable and energy efficient space for the climate you live in.
The two-seat City Transformer will solve several urban problems, running on a rechargeable battery and taking up no more parking space than a motorcycle.
A smart unit from an Israeli water-tech company modulates water pressure to prevent leakage, and alerts users to leaks already present.
Science teacher Amir Yechieli has a side business showing schools how to capture and reuse the rainwater that collects on their roofs.