CleanTech 2010-International expo to be held in Tel Aviv

The 14th CleanTech 2010 Expo, scheduled to take place in Israel from 29-30 June 2010 at the Fairs & Conventions Center in Tel-Aviv, aims to raise the discussion of energy, water and recycling issues to the public agenda, alongside presenting the newest developments in the area in Israel and abroad. Delegations from across the globe, together with ministers and leading public figures in the area of ecology in Israel and worldwide are expected to attend.‚Äč

 CleanTech 2010-International expo to be held in Tel Aviv

 

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The 14th CleanTech 2010 Expo, scheduled to take place in Israel from 29-30 June 2010 at the Fairs & Conventions Center in Tel-Aviv, aims to raise the discussion of energy, water and recycling issues to the public agenda, alongside presenting the newest developments in the area in Israel and abroad. Delegations from across the globe, together with ministers and leading public figures in the area of ecology in Israel and worldwide are expected to attend.

The world today faces two severe crises. First, the growing shortage in water, which unless solved, might lead to violent confrontations between states; and second, the problem of global warming, which already caused many natural disasters and might aggravate and end in logical catastrophe unless a solution is found. Development of CleanTech industries can solve both of these crises and furthermore Рlead to worldwide economic growth.

The geographical location of CleanTech 2010, in the middle of three continents – Europe, Asia, and Africa – makes it an international magnet for companies to reveal their products and services to international customers and traders, and for buyers to form new commercial contacts.

Though Israel is a small country with limited natural resources, it stands out as one of the most competitive economies. The country’s market economy can be characterized as advanced technology based and global-oriented. Over the past two decades Israel has become famous for its high-tech capacity, particularly in telecommunications, information technology, electronics and science.

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