Month: January 2017

Another major gas field may lead to finding oil

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 7, 2017

Israel Discovers Another Major Gas Field A new natural gas field containing about 3.2 trillion cubic feet of gas has been discovered. Yaakov Levi, 14/12/14 15:52   A new natural gas field containing about 3.2…

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The garden that climbs walls and feeds you

admin | Uncategorized, | January 7, 2017

The garden that climbs walls and feeds you ‘The future is edible landscaping,’ predicts CEO of Israel’s GreenWall. By Karin Kloosterman December 15, 2014, 7:00 am A GreenWall installation in Israel.   Israeli gardening prophet…

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Israeli technology in India’s $60m irrigation project

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 7, 2017

Netafim joining $60m. Indian irrigation project Israeli water sector giant Netafim has been selected to partake in a $60 million micro-irrigation project in the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka, the company announced on Tuesday. The…

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Clean water for a Tanzanian school (YouTube)

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 7, 2017

Students have built a 48,000-litre rainwater harvesting and advanced filtration system that provides kids and staff at Nkaiti Secondary School in  Tanzania with safe drinking water. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLdjTekHhb4

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Desalination in Norway – thanks to Israel

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 7, 2017

Norwegian desalination barge venture seeks Israeli expertise 17 March 2015, source Desalination & Water Reuse Norwegian company, EnviroNor, is recruiting Israeli expertise to provide the water-processing technology necessary for its project to convert secondhand oil…

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Invaluable aid to the Pacific Island of Vanuatu

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 7, 2017

First Aid Teams Report Widespread Devastation on Vanuatu Israeli-based agency among aid groups headed to help out Pacific island nation. Christopher McCall and Lincoln Feast Mar 15, 2015 Reuters) – The first aid teams to…

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Kenya uses Israeli water technology

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 7, 2017

Kenya: Embu Taps Israeli Water Technology By Martin Fundi Investors from Israel and the Embu County government will partner to introduce water saving technology in the face of growing threat from climate change. Israel is…

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Should you go solar?

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 7, 2017

Should you go solar? A new website can answer that question for you by analyzing publicly available images of your home, neighborhood or region. By Abigail Klein Leichman February 16, 2015, 6:37 am Solar panels…

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Israeli insects vs the Mediterranean fruit-fly- and the winner is…?

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 7, 2017

Nuclear-neutered flies head to Balkans Millions of Israeli-raised sterile insects primed to go into battle against the Mediterranean fruit fly, which has been wreaking havoc in citrus groves By Jonathan Beck June 8, 2015 This…

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Backyard unit changes trash into biofuel

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 6, 2017

Backyard unit eats trash to make biofuel UN’s Ban Ki-moon to Israeli company: ‘Millions of women and children die each year due to indoor smoke from open fires. This is just the thing they need.’…

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