This is how you know that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a total fraud. She tells us that “the world will end in 12 years” because of climate change, but at the same time publicly vilifies Israel: a country that has perhaps developed more technology to protect the environment than any other.
It is not just AOC. Most of the “green” community are ferocious enemies of Israel, and many support the BDS Movement. Israel should be a model country for the environmentalists. A country they should be proud to embrace and strive to emulate. That is because Israel became a “green” country in an economically responsible and beneficial way.
Instead, these vicious anti-Semites chose to relentlessly attack Israel, at the behest of the anti-green Palestinians. Have a look at the country that the “environmentalist” AOC wants you to boycott.
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WATCH: Israeli Innovation Protects the Environment and Helps People Worldwide!
Israel’s technological innovation helps keep the environment clean and saves lives across the globe.
UWI Staff, United With Israel, June 18, 2019:
Israel has been working to protect the environment through renewable energy, desalinization of sea water for human consumption, purification of waste water and more.
Israel collaborates with countries and international organizations, sharing its experiences and promotes the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as part of its commitment to a cleaner planet.
Following years of drought, Israelis know the value of water. The Reclamation Plant technology cleans wastewater, which is then used for agriculture.
Israel has one of the largest solar plants in the world, making renewable energy a reality.
Something Big Is Cooking In Israel’s Food Tech Kitchen
Amir Mizroch, Forbes, Sept 3, 2018:
AB InBev, which owns Budweiser, bought Weissbeerger for $80M. This was about analytics to provide insights into consumer preferences and habits.
International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF) bought Frutarom for $7.1B –this was about R&D and market share.
Takeaway.com bought online food marketplace Ten Bis for $157M –this was about buying a successful platform for hungry techies and exporting it abroad.
And then came the banner deal: Pepsico bought SodaStream for $3.2B. This is hugely important for Pepsi –who have been trying to buy SodaStream
WATCH: The world of food is changing. Thanks to a combination of grounbreaking technology and advanced agriculture, Israel is ready for the next step- Foodtech. Show the Israeli people you are behind them at IsupportIsrael.com.Erel MargalitJVP Media Quarter
Posted by The Israel Project on Thursday, June 13, 2019
How Israel swims against tide of worldwide water crisis
A visit to the country’s largest desalination and wastewater-treatment plants reveals smart technologies and policies to keep the water running.
By Abigail Klein Leichman, Israel21C, January 6, 2019:
Israel has solved its water crisis! That’s a typical headline about Israel’s world-leading smart water management and advanced water technology.
As I sipped freshly desalinated Mediterranean water at the world’s largest seawater desalination plant, the brilliance of Israel’s many-pronged approach was as clear as the H2O in my paper cup.
Israel’s Biggest Wind Farm, if Approved, Could Power 40,000 Homes
Matthew Kalman, Bloomberg, June 12, 2019:
Plans for Israel’s largest wind farm, expected to generate enough energy to power 40,000 households, are proceeding. If built, the facility will comprise 30 turbines producing about 96 megawatts of electricity, about four times the capacity of Israel’s existing wind farms, Enlight Renewable Energy, the operator, said in a Tel Aviv Stock Exchange filing June 10. The wind farm will be built in the Golan Heights, which…
10 top ways Israel fights desertification
Israel has gained a worldwide reputation for its ability to turn barren desert into useful and arable land. ISRAEL21c takes a look at the country’s top 10 eco-strategies.
Karin Klustermann, Israel21C, July 15, 2012
climate scientists predict, as the impact of global warming starts to hit. Weather will become more unpredictable, flooding will become even fiercer, and droughts and famine more widespread as land increasingly gives over to desert. With desert covering a large part of its surface, Israel has had to quickly develop solutions for its lack of arable land and potable water.
Although 60% of its land is desert, Israel is the only country in the world where the desert is receding, As a result, the UN determined Israel is an expert in combating desertification. Israel continues to contribute to the global effort to combat desertification by sharing its know-how, best practices and technologies for a better, greener & healthier world.#2018WDCD
Posted by StandWithUs on Monday, June 17, 2019
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