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Amazon
Area: 5888268 km2
Countries:
Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Cities:
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Countries: Australia, Brazil, China, France, India, Iraq, Mexico, Pakistan, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Thailand, United States of America, Uruguay
Regions: Amazonas, Bravo, Danube, Ebro, Ganges - Brahmaputra, Great Salt Lake, Huang He (Yellow River), India, Indus, Mekong, Murray - Darling, Nile, Orange, Penner River, Rhine, South Africa, Tigris & Euphrates, Vaal, Yangtze River (Chang Jiang)
Organization SDGs:
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Water Use Efficiency (SDG 6.4)
Integrated Water Resource Management (SDG 6.5)
Sustainable Agriculture (SDG 2.4)
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Irrigation Management and Technology
Org. Type: Utility / Water Service Provider
Language: English
Org. Website: www.netafim.com
Org. Source: User
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Organization Overview

A pioneer and the world-leading provider of Drip Irrigation solutions, Netafim is the largest player in the global irrigation industry. With 14 manufacturing facilities in 11 countries, 27 subsidiaries, and a strong global distribution network across 110-plus countries, Netafim combines comprehensive in-house agro-knowledge with professional engineering expertise. Since its establishment in Israel in 1965, Netafim has focused on developing methods and tools to raise the q...

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A pioneer and the world-leading provider of Drip Irrigation solutions, Netafim is the largest player in the global irrigation industry. With 14 manufacturing facilities in 11 countries, 27 subsidiaries, and a strong global distribution network across 110-plus countries, Netafim combines comprehensive in-house agro-knowledge with professional engineering expertise. Since its establishment in Israel in 1965, Netafim has focused on developing methods and tools to raise the quantity and quality of crop yields and to preserve water, land and energy, while reducing gas emissions. Committed to sustainable development, Netafim is engaged in projects throughout the developing world, including Africa, Asia and Latin America, to help underprivileged populations achieve greater, enhanced yields with fewer resources. Some of our current sustainable agriculture projects, in Ethiopia and Kenya for example, represent viable economic opportunities, since they help subsistence farmers build up their agribusiness capabilities and become commercial farmers. Netafim believes that the key success factor for such projects is combining hardware and software, in other words, providing tools as well as building capacity. Netafim is engaged in agricultural projects in many water basins around the globe, and is looking for more opportunities to introduce drip irrigation in basins where water, food and energy are a challenge.

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Sustainable Conservation and its partners have developed and demonstrated an innovative drip irrigation system that reduces water use, nutrient use, and GHG emissions while growing quality feed crops for dairy cows. Manure (nutrients) is collected from the cow barn into ... Learn More

Dairy manure is a valuable by-product that producers traditionally use to fertilize the crops they grow to keep their cows happy and healthy. However, with few export options and limited on-farm management strategies for this “black gold,” farmers end up ... Learn More

Introducing drip irrigation to agriculture and forestry in the Rimac basin area.Project ResultsSaving water, increasing yields, stopping soil runoff and erosion, using fewer fertilizers and reducing river and aquifer contamination. Learn More

Companies with strategic interest in California increasingly recognize the need to work effectively with diverse stakeholders—including employees at their owned operations, suppliers, governments, communities, and customers—to improve measurement, management, and stewardship of the shared natural resources that support sustainable economic ... Learn More

Dairy manure is a valuable by-product that producers traditionally use to fertilize the crops they grow to keep their cows happy and healthy. However, with few export options and limited on-farm management strategies for this “black gold,” farmers end up ... Learn More

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Naty Barak
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girish Deshpande
Member  
Eva Falk
Member  
Gail Glick
Admin  
Itamar Kassel
Admin  
Adi Leshem
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Netafim México
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Itamar Nadav
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