The Business of Peace through Green Energy: The HomeBiogas Story
Yair Teller, Chief Scientist and Founder of HomeBiogas, discusses how he is using his company as a mechanism for peace building, sustainable development, women’s empowerment, and improvement of the quality of health and life for citizens of developing countries. HomeBiogas, based in Netanya, Israel, produces a household renewable energy appliance that recycles kitchen waste into cooking gas and organic fertilizer. Profits from sales to suburban customers and a successful crowd-funding campaign are used to support donation of HomeBiogas units to economically disadvantaged Bedouin, Palestinian, and Ugandan families for alleviation of poverty. The work of HomeBiogas has been recognized by the UN and the Peres Center for Peace.
biogas, green energy, peace buliding, sustainable development, women's empowerment, developing countries, renewable energy, cooking gas, organic fertilizer
Environmental Studies | Sustainability
Teller, Yair. "The Business of Peace through Green Energy: The HomeBiogas Story." Ensemble video, 01:25:42. March 31, 2016. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/CboQZ2Yln0aTelVNwofA_Q