Israel Cleantech Intelligence: A Male Birth Control Pill and 11 More Headlines

Sunset-in-IsraelNew construction in the West Bank, a national water scandal, a shift to green by kibbutzim, and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment.Image via alicia bramlett.

During the week of June 22, 2010 news spread that a male birth control pill has been created (by an Israeli professor). Such a pill, once on the market, could help protect the environment as well. Meanwhile, BP’s oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has Israel carefully planning its delivery of the natural gas it recently discovered, and BrightSource Energy’s planned solar plant in the Mojave Desert is expected to be the most efficient in the world. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.

In Israel
The national water scandal

With BP’s spill in mind, Israel considers delivery of natural gas

Israel’s Kibbutzim Shift From Red to Green

Construction begins on West Bank wastewater plant

Is the sun setting on the solar energy boom?

BrightView’s Inline Quality Control “X-Ray” for Solar Panel Manufacturers

Arava Power Company Signs Solar Deals with Negev Bedouins

Is Ivanpah the World’s Most Efficient Solar Plant?

Tigo Energy Announces Key Japan Distribution Partner for the Tigo Energy Maximizer Solution

The Essential Re-Education of the Smartest People on Earth

Can a Male Birth Control Pill Save the Environment?

Missed last week’s headlines edition? Catch up on potato-powered batteries, the latest Israeli-Palestinian joint venture, and more.

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