Science teacher Amir Yechieli has a side business showing schools how to capture and reuse the rainwater that collects on their roofs.
ISRAEL21c visits the bi-annual Water Technology and Environment Control Exhibition and Conference to see what’s flowing onto the market.
Israel’s Nova Lumos is piloting a project that will enable Africans to buy increments of solar power through their mobile phone.
Israeli company is revolutionizing the glass industry with smart glass that can become opaque or transparent at the touch of a button.
Botanica, a Jerusalem social business, provides transitional employment for people with mental illness, and activities to involve the public.
Two Israelis have invented what they believe is the world’s first handlebar-mounted swiveling, lightweight, and easy to operate, mister.
BoneCure, a revolutionary artificial membrane that speeds and simplifies bone re-growth in pets, may also be headed for the human market.
Israel is building more birding centers, a new conservation center, and an urban wetland in the heart of Tel Aviv to protect birds, and attract international bird-watchers.
Yosef Abramowitz, vehicle owners and investors banded together and purchased the rights and assets of the former Better Place.
Cutting-edge molecular research between Ben-Gurion University and the University of Chicago is launched to assure clean, abundant water for the future.