China is one of the world's leading water consumers due to continual economic growth and population size.
China has responded by measures such as rapidly building out the water infrastructure and increasing regulation as well as exploring a number of further technological solutions.
Consequently, on the latest 5-year plan, a national priority is to clean up the country's environment, meet its international climate goals, and encourage green innovation.
Israel, also known as the "Start-Up Nation" could help China achieving the "green innovation", especially in reference to water technologies.
In only a few decades, from a country with constant water shortages Israel became a nation that now produces 20% more water than it needs.
Israel managed it by pioneering an unprecedented wealth of technological innovation and infrastructure to prevent the country from drying up.
Israel continues to improve the efficiencies, filtration and production capacities of its water conservation portfolio with many upgraded technological systems and regional agreements.
Come and join our special event, and meet some of the most innovative Israeli water technology companies.