The Boris Currency Institute inaugurates the Matanel Garden
“Green Naftali” is an innovative environmental project at the Naftali building of Tel Aviv University that combines interdisciplinary research, circular economy concepts and advanced environmental thinking. The project aims to make the Naftali building, home of the Gershon H. Gordon Faculty of Social Sciences at Tel Aviv University, energy neutral with a zero carbon footprint, water neutral and waste neutral.
The Matanel Garden will include several research elements, including a monitoring system that will monitor energy and water inputs and outputs, thus evaluating the effectiveness of the various technologies used in the project, energy consumption and footprint. building carbon.
At the opening of the Garden, the President of Tel Aviv University, Professor Ariel Porat and Professor Itai Sened, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences Gershon H. Gordon and Director of BMI, will greet you and a representative of the Matanel Foundation will address the assembly. after the unveiling of the Garden plaque. Professor Hadas Mamane, head of the environmental engineering program at the Faculty of Engineering, will speak about the overall research plan of the Green Naftali project.
This article was written in collaboration with the Boris Mints Institute.