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Israel and Word Bank Build Foundation for Cooperation in Brazil

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

A delegation of representatives from Brazil’s water and agriculture sectors and from the World Bank recently toured Israel. Interview with Israel’s Economic Attache in Sao Paolo Boaz Albaranes. Extensive World Bank projects are planned in Brazil in the water and Read More

    Could NeoTop’s Water Spheres Save California?

    By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

    Israeli company NeoTop is bringing a fascinating solution to the problem of water evaporation from reservoirs.  The company was recently covered by Israel21C, following are excerpts from the article: The hypnotic video footage of millions of black plastic “shade balls” Read More

      Ayyeka Makes Water Monitoring Simple and Secure

      By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

      “Ayyeka provides a solution for a significant existing need in the water industry, and that’s a reliable, simple and secure way to collect monitoring data,” says Yossi Yaacoby, Director of the WaTech Division at Mekorot, Israel’s national water company. Ariel Read More

        Israeli Water Success Case Study Gains Attention in California

        By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

        California’s severe drought has led the area’s water industry to look for solutions.  The media is again and again presenting Israel as an exceptional case study of a country that has successfully overcome a dry climate and scarce water resources 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

            Israeli Water Delegation on Mission to Help Brazil Solve Water Crisis

            By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager
            An Event in Sao Paulo

            Brazil is experiencing its worst water shortage ever.  Low levels of rainfall, increased water use, and low infrastructure investments have led to the lowest water levels in the history of Brazil. An Event in Sao Paulo This was the background Read More