Waterline show


Summary: Waterline is a podcast from Israel NewTech, created to communicate the many facets of water – technology, development, and sustainability – to educate and spread awareness about the most important natural resource that we cannot afford to lose. Our episodes set out to explore economic, political, social, behavioral, technological, and environmental aspects and challenges which the topic of water bears.

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 Water for All – Regulation | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 34:15

Israel is in a semi-arid region. Global climate changes create longer drought periods in the region. And yet, looking from above, one can see green fields and forests, and high-quality water is delivered to homes, businesses, farmers and the industry 24/7. Several components contribute to this success, but it all begins with the Israeli Water … Continue reading "Water for All – Regulation"

 (f)Low Tech to High Tech – Entrepreneurship | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 31:38

The industry of water is regarded to, traditionally, as low tech. This fact makes it an excellent place for entrepreneurs to find new ways to disrupt, update, change and streamline the processes. To bring this industry – effectively – from low tech to high tech. In this episode of Waterline, we will hear from Eytan … Continue reading "(f)Low Tech to High Tech – Entrepreneurship"

 “Water & Peace” – Hydropolitics | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 34:17

More often than not – water has been a source of deadly conflicts worldwide. For example, the spark that ignited the Syrian civil war is attributed to the country’s poor management of its water sector. Are we able – in this day and age, when water scarcity is a growing global phenomenon – to create … Continue reading "“Water & Peace” – Hydropolitics"

 “Still Waters Run Deep” – Drip Irrigation | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33:07

As with any great invention – drip irrigation began by chance. All it took is a man with an abundance of curiosity and a strong will to solve problems. In 1961 Eng. Simcha Blass realized an idea he carried with him for more than 30 years, with the help of Kibbutz members in the Negev … Continue reading "“Still Waters Run Deep” – Drip Irrigation"

 “Want Not? Waste Not!” – Wastewater | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 32:01

Have you ever thought about the vast potential there is in the water (and, er… the… ahhh… ingredients, let’s say) you flush down the toilet? Discarded wastewater – once treated – has an economic and ecologic value that can drive a nation’s economy and even light up your house. How? All inside this episode of Waterline. … Continue reading "“Want Not? Waste Not!” – Wastewater"

 Pilot Episode: “One & All” – Water Polution | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 30:30

The amount of water in our world is finite. And albeit all around us – the actual amount we humans can consume is minute. The sources of freshwater around the world – rivers, lakes and underground sources – are extremely delicate and prone to contamination.The best way to deal with it? – a smart combination of … Continue reading "Pilot Episode: “One & All” – Water Polution"


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