Israel Facing Worst Drought in Almost 100 Years

Israel is entering the 6th year of a major drought, with no relief in sight.  As a result, the Sea of Galilee, Israel's primary source of water, is approaching a 100-year low.  In fact the water level is dangerously close to the level in which intake pipes of water pumps will be above the water …

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Innovation Nation: Water, Food, Seeds

What if you could make water from thin air?  Or, how about healthy, delicious meals from a small capsule?  What would happen if a farmer's yield increased significantly simply by producing better seeds? Sound like an episode of the Jetson's or some other futuristic, fictitious scenario?  What seems impossible to some is simply a challenge …

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Helping the World Grow More with Less

Do you have a drip system in your yard?  I live in the desert, and I know of very few people and places around Phoenix AZ that do not have a drip system.  Most of what grows here is watered by the drip...drip...drip of a system that provides only small drops of water over a …

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Israel: The World Leader in Water Recycling

Technology abounds in many areas in Israel: electronics, medicine, agriculture and more.  Israelis lead the world in water conservation and recycling...and it's not even close!  Almost 90% of Israel's wastewater is recycled and used for irrigation, and the next closest nation recycles less than 20%. Furthermore, Israel has more than enough water for itself and …

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