Receiving a distinguished member recognition from Green Cross United Kingdom is one of the highlights of Moshe Nadler’s activity at Agricora, an initiative started by Matti Zinder to help build and promote a strong and independent ecosystem of Foodtech and Agtech in the MENA region.
In Agricora we came up with a new concept – creating a local HUB for innovation by connecting and integrating foreign and local academic institutes, commercial companies and technologies, mainly from Israel, and a startup accelerator, all into a solid local institute that can solve the unique challenges the region had to cope with, and come up with specific solutions.
Our HUB relies mainly on the knowledge and technologies developed by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment and Yissum, the Hebrew University Tech Transfer Company.
Special thanks to the dean of the faculty of agriculture, Prof. Benny Chefez for his enormous support.
Green Cross United Kingdom is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) founded by Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mikhail Gorbachev in 1993. The organization has more than 25 years of global experience.
Green-Cross is focused on promoting environmentally and socially sustainable development through the planning and implementation of initiatives and programs, cultivating a sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility towards humanity and the planet.
Green-Cross is an Observer Organization with consultative status at the United Nations
Both Green Cross United Kingdom and Agricora share the same vision – to help ensure food security for 10 billion people by 2050 while coping with climate change, political, environmental and demographic challenges.
Thank you Ruy Campos Dugone for leading Green-Cross and for cooperating with Agricora.