Israel has gained a worldwide reputation for its ability to turn barren desert into useful and arable land. ISRAEL21c takes a look at the country’s top 10 eco-strategies.
An Israeli research team discovers a mechanism whereby even tiny seemingly insignificant chemical changes in a creature can affect the ecology of the earth.
Israel’s Panoramic Power offers an award-winning system for property managers to monitor and control energy use to the last amp.
Israel’s Jacob Blaustein Institute for Desert Research shows farmers in many countries how to use a 2,000-year-old water retention method.
Israel’s Univerve is breeding a strain of algae to provide a new biofuel with a bunch of major advantages.
Amiad’s filtration and treatment technologies bring clean water to industries, households and farms in 70 countries.
Once a barren strip of desert, the Arava today has some 600 farms supplying more than 60 percent of Israel’s exports of fresh vegetables and 10% of ornamentals.
Israel’s Metabolic Robots helps chicken and pig farmers cut the price of expensive grain while improving the animals’ welfare.
From drip irrigation to natural pesticides, Israeli innovations are helping to fill hungry bellies everywhere, but particularly in the developing world.