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Israel and India Move towards Ganges Rejuvenation

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Oded Distel and the delegation in India

An Israel NewTech delegation returned from India, where the cooperation towards the cleanup of the polluted Ganges River was advanced.  An interview with Oded Distel. Oded Distel and the delegation in India “We have been working closely with the Indian Read More

Water Industry Leaders from California Converge in Israel for Milken Event  

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Key figures from California’s water industry visited Israel  for a Financial Innovations Lab event, as part of the California-Israel Global Innovation Project  of the Milken Innovation Center at the Jerusalem Institute. California is suffering a severe water shortage, and Israel’s Read More

Israel’s Water Industry Successes Widely Covered in U.S. Media

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

As areas in the U.S., especially California, suffer severe drought, America is looking for inspiration on how to overcome water scarcity…and finding it in Israel. “The Israeli case study on how to successfully overcome water shortages is getting some major Read More

Israel and Korea Strengthen Water Industry Ties

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Israel organized three events around the 7th World Water Forum to introduce Israeli water technologies to Korea’s water industry and infrastructure companies.  An interview with Israel’s Economic Officer in Seoul Shay Feiler. “Korean companies, such as Hyundai, Samsung and Posco, Read More

Israeli Water Technologies and Spanish Infrastructure Companies – A Promising Combination

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
Israeli Delegation at Abengoa

“Some of the world’s largest infrastructure project companies, such as Abengoa, are Spanish.  They are very active in all of Latin America, and this presents a tremendous opportunity for Israeli water technology companies,” says Ami Levin, Israel’s Economic Attaché in Read More

The University of Chicago Looks to Israel and Ben Gurion University for “Game Changing” Water Technologies

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The University of Chicago has embarked on an ambitious path to developing “game changing” technologies to confront water scarcity – potentially the greatest challenge facing humanity today.  To do so, it is cooperating with Israel’s Ben Gurion University. Israel NewTech, Read More