Could Jellyfish Help Rid Our Waters Of Plastic Waste? Israeli Scientists Are On It
University of Haifa researchers are part of a global effort to develop a jellyfish-based filter that could help minimize microplastics in marine environments.
August 07, 2018
Experience The Outdoors Indoors: 5 Of Israel’s ‘Coolest’ Nature & Environment Museums
It's summertime and these indoor activities are beckoning visitors to their air-conditioned interactive exhibits.
July 29, 2018
Futbol Fun: SodaStream Marks 2018 World Cup With Special-Edition Team Bottles
The Israeli sparkling water company is taking part in one of the biggest sporting events in the world with a special edition seltzer maker and three bottles based on popular teams.
June 13, 2018
On World Water Day, A Look At The Innovative Tech That Makes Israel A Water Superpower
Once a country on the brink of a water crisis, Israel has overcome a desert climate and limited rainfall to develop water technology sought all over the world
March 22, 2018
Battling Government Exports Freeze, Israeli Medical Cannabis Firms Increasingly Eye Partnerships Abroad
Israeli medical cannabis experts at Tel Aviv's CannaTech summit believe Israel stands to lose revenue, jobs, and status as an industry world leader if the current exports freeze persists.
March 21, 2018
Lab-Grown Chicken Startup SuperMeat Could Disrupt The Entire Meat Market
SuperMeat, an Israeli food tech company creating chicken meat in a lab, raised $3 million to enhance its slaughter-free meat alternative.
January 21, 2018
Renewable Energy In The Negev: Israel’s Multi-Billion-Dollar Solar Valley
The massive initiative combines three solar power plants, the world's tallest solar tower, and a wastewater treatment plant, all housed near a tiny Israeli town of 500 people in the Negev desert.
January 18, 2018
Israeli Farmers Develop What May Be The World’s Tiniest Tomato
Israeli farmers from the Kedma company have developed a tiny tomato smaller than a one shekel coin in Israel's southern Arava desert
January 08, 2018
Tel Aviv Joins C40 Climate Leadership Group – But How Green Is The City?
As Tel Aviv-Jaffa goes through an urban transformation, promoting and maintaining an eco-friendly culture is high on its list of must-dos.
December 25, 2017
5 Israeli Kibbutzim Embracing Sustainable Living To Curb Climate Change
These 5 Israeli communities are at the forefront of environmental research, sustainable farming and energy projects.
December 19, 2017
Israel To Help Connect 60 Million African Homes To Electricity Grid By 2030
Israel will join the Power Africa program, which could also lead "to billions of dollars of deal-flow for Israeli firms."
November 29, 2017
The ‘Coolest’ Invention: This Israeli High-Tech Paint Cools Buildings With Sunlight
SolCold developed a way to turn energy from the sun, a source of heat, into a cooling agent that could save billions on electricity and have significant environmental benefits.
November 27, 2017
Let’s Talk Turkey: Poultry Poop Could Be A Renewable Energy Source
A new study published by researchers from Israel's Ben-Gurion University says treated poultry excrement could provide an alternative source of energy.
November 23, 2017
Israeli ‘Smart Road’ Startup Wins Tel Aviv Tech Contest
Valerann aims to make our roads smarter and safer with its innovative technology, winning a $250,000 prize and a trip to China at the Journey Conference this week
October 26, 2017
Sink Or Swim? Will Architect Daniel Libeskind’s Controversial Underwater Hotel in Eilat Happen?
Imagine waking up to images of fish swimming past your window. No, this isn't a bad dream, or even a highly fantastical one.
October 17, 2017