Israeli architecture goes green (audio)

Sustainability is the new construction watchword in Israel. Experts from the industry talk to ISRAEL21c about the new eco design sweeping the country.

: Ecologically sound building practices have taken root in Israel. Image via www.Shutterstock.com

Ecologically sound building practices have taken root in Israel. Image via www.Shutterstock.com

Whether it’s reducing energy consumption, conserving water or recycling waste, Israel’s designers and architects are taking on a whole new set of building practices in developments going up in the country today.

ISRAEL21c reporter Viva Sarah Press gets to the heart of these new challenges with some of the leaders in this field in the studio at TLV1 Radio.

Guests on the show are Michal Bitterman, chair and founding member of the Israel Green Building Council; Eran Kaftan, director of the architectural and consulting firm Research & Ecodesign (RecoD); and Omri Yadin, project manager at Kibbutz Neot Smadar.

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Produced in collaboration with TLV1 Radio.

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