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Ben Jablonski
Ben Jablonski is a member of the National Board of Jewish National Fund and Chairman of JNF’s Future Leadership. Since its inception, the JNF has planted over 240 million trees in Israel. It has also built over 200 dams and reservoirs (34 billion gallons of water storage capacity), invested in Israel’s first commercial solar field and and established more than 1,000 parks.

Ben is leading a new JNF initiative called "the Summit" which will focus on the scalability and cross-border collaboration around Israeli as well as other best in class water, agricultural and alternative energy initiatives in April 2013. The Summit will bring together key figures in sustainability, politics and entertainment in the desert of the USA - Red Rock, Nevada.

Originally from Melbourne, Australia where he completed a law degree with honors. He currently resides in Manhattan, New York.

Entries by Ben Jablonski

The Red Sea-Dead Sea Water Deal: A Game Changer for Jewish-Muslim Relations

(5) Comments | Posted December 12, 2013 | 6:04 PM

Government leadership on Red Sea-Dead Sea deal creates a potential "safe" platform for American Jews and American Muslims to cooperate more broadly on Middle Eastern development projects.

The widely reported water sharing agreement this week between Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority (PA) to link the Red Sea...

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NY Fuel and Water Shortages a Global Lesson? Solutions Exist

(4) Comments | Posted November 9, 2012 | 1:31 PM

Proven solutions exist to help address human sustainability while politics prevents adoption in USA. Leading figures from the USA and Israel to gather in Red Rock, Nevada for an international dialogue concerning the future of energy, water, and food

While the Northeast continues to clean up the devastation...

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I Lost My Grass in Vegas

(2) Comments | Posted April 26, 2012 | 5:29 PM

Developing solutions out of necessity and working with leading water innovations countries such as Israel, Las Vegas has gained a reputation for America's water innovation capital

We all have a Vegas story ... and what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. But the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) realized 20...

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