Clean Rivers and 8 Israel-Related Headlines, Week of June 8, 2010


Clean rivers in Israel, youth environmental projects, Israel’s upcoming greenhouse gas registry and more headlines related to Israeli cleantech and the environment. Image by Or Hiltch.

During the week of June 8, 2010, Israel’s Ministry of Tourism announced that it will be investing $30 million into making Israel a top cycling destination for tourists. Würth Solar entered the Israeli market and high school students focused on the environment in an engineering contest. For these stories and more, see this week’s headlines below.

Cool use of the sun

Würth Solar Enters Israeli Market

Pumping $30 Million Into Cycling Tourist’s Pedals

Israel’s Greenhouse Gas Registry to be Launched on July 1, 2010

Netanyahu promises to support hi-tech industry

New Hadera Desalination Plant May Help Restore Water to Lower Jordan River

Israel’s rivers: Back from the dead

‘Young engineers’ compete in environmental projects

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