The focus is ‘soft’ technology — decentralized, simple to use and maintain, and consuming little energy.
Chefs at 70 Tel Aviv-Jaffa eateries have thrown the kitchen doors wide open to the public at a new behind-the-scenes event.
Israel’s Catalyst Agtech has a product that can be mixed with pesticides and herbicides to keep them from contaminating groundwater after use.
An Israeli renewable energy activist is bringing solar power to Rwanda after securing nearly $24 million in funding and grants.
The Jewish National Fund isn’t only about planting forests. Some of its newest water-tech projects were recently showcased in Israel.
Israel’s AgriTask software helps farmers large and small make better predictive choices based on crowdsourced data.
Data compression company Beamr makes a product to compress imagery and video, without comprising any quality.
Pears Program incubates Israeli startups dedicated to doing well by doing good for people in developing nations.
You’ve heard about drip irrigation and cherry tomatoes, but there are hundreds of Israeli technologies changing the world’s farms for the better. ISRAEL21c chooses the top 12.
Seventy young leaders will meet in Caesarea, Israel, next month to brainstorm entrepreneurial ideas to better the developing world.