Can Israel tech save the planet? These three companies are trying

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett told listeners at the United Nations annual climate conference on Monday that the world would need “new inventions and new technologies that have not yet been imagined” to help heal the planet and that Israel would stand at the forefront as the “climate innovation nation.”

While Bennett winds up his meetings with world leaders about how his government has declared the tackling of climate change a new national security interest, hundreds of international representatives and leaders from the Israeli hi-tech industry will come together to showcase the more than 1,200 Israeli climate tech companies and start-ups that are already taking part in the effort to decarbonize the global economy and restore the planet’s health. 

The Climate Innovation Summit, a project of PLANETech, will take place on November 2 both in person and as a virtual event. PLANETech, a nonprofit climatetech innovation community, is a joint…

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