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Ofira Ayalon

Ofira Ayalon
Senior Research Fellow and Head of Environmental Projects
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Higher Education 

 

Undergraduate and Graduate Studies:

 

1980-1984:  B.Sc, Faculty of Food Engineering, Technion, Haifa.

1990-1994:  M.Sc, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering, Technion, Haifa.

1995-2000:  Ph.D, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering, Technion, Haifa.

 

Post-Doctoral Studies & Sabbaticals:

 

June 2003 - September 2003: 

Post Doc. , Research associate with Prof. Willy Verstraete, Lab. Microbial Ecology and Technology Faculty Agriculture & Applied Biological Sciences, Ghent University, Belgium.

June 2006 - September 2006: 

Summer Sabbatical, Research associate with Prof. Clinton J. Andrews, Director, Program in Urban Planning and Policy Development, Rutgers University, NJ: "Sustainable energy targets for New Jersey".

*June 2012- October 2012: 

Summer Sabbatical, Visiting professor with Prof. Raffaello Cossu, Head of the Environmental Engineering School. University of Padova, Italy.

 

 

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Preparing a Calculation in Principle for Collecting Business Waste Fee

Preparing a Calculation in Principle for Collecting Business Waste Fee

Municipal and commercial waste management is an environmental and economic burden, both for the municipality and businesses. This study was conducted for the municipality of Tirat Hacarmel.
Global Estimates Of Methane Emissions from Off-Shore Drilling Plants and Their Importance

Global Estimates Of Methane Emissions from Off-Shore Drilling Plants and Their Importance

The study reviews, for the Ministry of Environmental Protection, the world's regulations and methodologies for estimating methane emissions in the natural gas sector. In addition, the study presents an opinion concerning the relevance of these methodologies and their application for estimating methane emissions from natural gas facilities in Israel.
The Industry of Innovative Agricultural Technologies in the Shadow of the Global Food Crisis

The Industry of Innovative Agricultural Technologies in Light of the Global Food Crisis

As world's population grows, the demand for food is growing as well. The FAO expects that the global agricultural output will have to rise by 60% by 2050 to meet the needs of the growing population and the changes in dietary habits, together with the challenges arising from the climate change, the depletion of water and land resources, and reduced biodiversity.
Feasibility of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) waste treatment facilities in Israel

Feasibility of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) waste treatment facilities in Israel

This study was conducted as part of research funded by Mifal Hapais (the Israeli Lottery) and the Center for Local Authorities. The lack of compatibility between the waste management policy in Israel and the reality in the field raises the following question: What are the factors that hinder the establishment of end-treatment plants in Israel? In particular, is the establishment of end-treatment facilities for waste treatment in Public-Private partnership (PPP) capable of contributing to remove the barriers and realizing the policy?
Israel Greenhouse Gases Reporting and Registration System

Israel Greenhouse Gases Reporting and Registration System

Climate change is receiving worldwide attention in light of its environmental, economic, and social implications for the developing and developed world. The Israeli government recognizes the importance of taking steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and acts accordingly.
Israeli Climate Change Information Center

Israeli Climate Change Information Center

According to a government resolution, the Ministry of the Environmental Protection was asked to prepare a national plan for adaptation to climate change in Israel. For this purpose, the Ministry initiated the establishment of the Israeli Climate Change Information Center to work to strengthen existing scientific knowledge regarding climate change adaptation in Israel and market the accumulated Israeli knowledge to other target countries.
Master Plan for Energy

Master Plan for Energy

The Environment and Energy team of the Samuel Neaman Institute is a member of the consulting team of TAHAL, which in 2011 won the tender to establish a master plan for the energy sector.
Collaboration with the Standards Institution of Israel

Collaboration with the Standards Institution of Israel

As part of the work with the Israeli Standards Institution, the Energy and Environment Team at the Neaman Institute completed in the beginning of 2012 documents that are supposed to assist the Institution in presenting the Voluntary Greenhouse Gas Registration and Reporting Scheme in Israel to organization in the county and the world.
Hazardous Household Chemicals and Hazardous Waste: Policy and Procedures Recommendations for Implementation in Israel

Hazardous Household Chemicals and Hazardous Waste: Policy and Procedures Recommendations for Implementation in Israel

In 2012 we chose the issue of hazardous household chemicals and hazardous waste management as a national priority in the environmental field, as chemicals and wastes are not properly handled institutionally or systemically in Israel.
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Israel's SETI system - a series of studied by UNESCO on science, engineering, technology and innovation policy

The study was commissioned by the Israel Academy of Sciences and will be published in UNESCO's series of studies on Science, Engineering, Technology, and Innovation (SETI) policies during 2015.
Reduction of Food Loss in Agriculture in Israel

Reduction of Food Loss in Agriculture in Israel

Wastage of food (raw and processed) is a global economic, environmental and social concern. The situation in Israel does not differ.
Integration of waste-derived alternative fuels in Israel

Integration of waste-derived alternative fuels in Israel's transportation system

The world's transportation system is almost entirely based on oil-derived fuels, fed into internal combustion engines (ICE). Energy supply and demand markets – especially for transportation – are not economically unfettered and sustainable. According to the IEA, without targeted and active policies greenhouse gases and pollutants emissions from the energy sectors will more than double by 2050, all the while dealing with increasing fuels supply side difficulties and scarcity. The pathway to steer away from this future entails the dissemination of cleaner and more efficient transportation alternatives.
Examination of the level of Landfill Tax in Israel

Examination of the level of Landfill Tax in Israel

The landfill tax is a regulatory tool that helps compare the cost of landfilling with the cost of waste treatment using different technological alternatives that are more environmentally friendly, but also more expensive than the landfilling alternative.
Techno-Economic Examination of Waste Pneumatic Systems

Techno-Economic Examination of Waste Pneumatic Systems

The Ministry of Environmental Protection wishes to examine the environmental and economic feasibility of establishing a pneumatic waste collection system in densely built residential neighborhoods. The study surveys various technologies and the companies that are active in this field, and examines the experience gained in Israel in setting up these systems. It also presents an economic analysis from the perspective of all the parties involved, including the local authority and the economy as a whole.
Development of Sustainable Mariculture in Israel

Development of Sustainable Mariculture in Israel

According to publications by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, most of the fishing areas in the world have been exploited to the fullest or suffer from excessive fishing, while the demand for seafood (fish, mollusks, crustaceans, and algae) is increasing, because of their many nutritional benefits.
Economic Mechanisms for Renovating Residential Buildings

Economic Mechanisms for Renovating Residential Buildings

One of the areas that affects most the consumption of natural resources and energy in the world in general and in Israel in particular is the residential buildings, due to population growth and the concentration of residents in cities and buildings.
External Benefits of Tunneling - Carmel Tunnels as a Case Study

External Benefits of Tunneling - Carmel Tunnels as a Case Study

This project, which was conducted for Carmelton, the company that operates the Carmel Tunnels, examined the economic and environmental benefits caused directly and indirectly by the use of the Carmel Tunnels as compared to alternative routes in the city of Haifa.
Integration of electric and hybrid vehicles in Israel

Integration of electric and hybrid vehicles in Israel's transportation system

This research is conducted within the framework of the government decision of 2011 regarding the operation of a national program to reduce global dependence on oil, and further to another government decision of 2013 regarding the reduction of Israeli dependence on oil for transportation. The research was submitted to the Ministry of National Infrastructure, Water and Energy.
Designing the Israeli Climate Change Information Center (ICCIC) Website

Designing the Israeli Climate Change Information Center (ICCIC) Website

According to a government resolution, the Ministry of Environmental Protection was assigned to prepare a national plan for Israel's adaptation to climate change. For this purpose, the Ministry initiated the establishment of an Israeli knowledge center on the subject, to work on strengthening existing scientific knowledge regarding preparedness for climate change in Israel and even market the accumulated Israeli knowledge to other target countries.
Evaluating the Economic Damage of the Fuel Leak at Evrona

Evaluating the Economic Damage of the Fuel Leak at Evrona

The study evaluates the economic damage of fuel leaking from the EAPC pipe that occurred at the Be'er Ora (Evrona) intersection in 12/03/14. This study was conducted for the Adam Teva V’Din (IUED) Association.
סדרי עדיפות לאומית בנושאי איכות סביבה

National Enviromental Policy

In Israel as well, the environment has become a central topic in public and personal discourse. In this atmosphere, it is more important than ever that policy discussions and decisions be based on firm scientific, reliable and unbiased information.
Environmental Technologies (Clean-Tech)

Environmental Technologies (Clean-Tech)

'Green' technologies in Israel and their business potential are relevant issues on the public agenda, with frequent media exposure. The environmental market is strong and growing worldwide, estimated at $600 Billion dollars per year, with an annual growth rate of 5-8%.
Agriculture and the Environment

Agriculture and the Environment

A report that was submitted to the Sapir Foundation of the Mifal HaPayis Organization, addressed the need to protect rural spaces, and presented recommendations for applying "sustainable agriculture" in selected agricultural areas.
Policy Towards Reducing Transportation-Related Air-Pollution in Dan Region

Policy Towards Reducing Transportation-Related Air-Pollution in Dan Region

A policy paper was submitted to the Dan Region Association of Towns for Environment and Waste Water, which included recommendations to the Association and its member authorities for an operative plan, at the local level and for the short term, to reduce transportation-related air pollution.
Introducing a Packaging Law in Israel - Potential and Possibilities for Application

Introducing a Packaging Law in Israel - Potential and Possibilities for Application

The research involves collection of technical, economic and administrative data, mainly from Europe, which is a leader in this field, examination of alternatives for applying packaging law under Israeli economic conditions, and recommends a preferred option.
Evaluation of a Plan for Municipal Solid Waste Separation in Haifa

Evaluation of a Plan for Municipal Solid Waste Separation in Haifa

Israel is contending with ever increasing amounts of waste. Every year there is an increase of about 2.5% in the amount of municipal solid waste. Moreover, the options for disposing this waste are decreasing, and planners are encountering ever greater difficulties in identifying new sites for waste disposal, where the effects on the environment and the public will be minimal.
Entrepreneurship, Economy and Management in the Field of Environmental Quality in the Local Councils

Entrepreneurship, Economy and Management in the Field of Environmental Quality in the Local Councils

Recognition is growing of the connection between economic activities, management of municipal systems and environmental quality. Increased public awareness, as well as strict legislation and enforcement, are leading to a transformation in managerial thinking, especially in municipal systems. An emerging trend is to create organizational systems which introduce environmental principles into decision-making, planning, operation and management.
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Israel's Role in The Global Bio-Ethanol Market - National Planning and Policy

Biofuels originating from agricultural products are one of the “hottest” issues in the global energy and commodity markets. The political and economical implications of biofuels are significant, especially for industrialized countries, which consume and engage in commerce with energy resources.
Energy Efficiency in the Milking Center of Ein Harod Ihud

Energy Efficiency in the Milking Center of Ein Harod Ihud

The goal of this project was to examine means for the reduction of energy use or lowering energy costs in milking centers, and to propose measures that will include energy savings based on electricity and fuel consumption with a possible addition of solar energy, while meeting economical benefit criteria.
Enlarging Water Supply in Israel Through Non Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction and Prevention of Sewage Leakage

Enlarging Water Supply in Israel Through Non Revenue Water (NRW) Reduction and Prevention of Sewage Leakage

The report requested by the National Inquiry Committee, aiming to investigate the water crisis in Israel. The report indicates the loss of fresh water from water distribution and leakage in the order of 64 million cubic meters per year, and leakage of sewage water of estimated 100 million cubic meters per year. The study did not include water losses by the rural sector.
Green Aviation – Literature Review

Green Aviation – Literature Review

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Ministry of Transport has approached the SamueNeaman Institute to conduct a literature review of the subject of "Green Aviation".
National Energy Technologies Research and Development Survey

National Energy Technologies Research and Development Survey

This survey has been recently completed by the energy and environment team at the Samuel Neaman Institute, for the National Council for Research and Development (NCRD).
Preparation of Israel to Post-Kyoto Discussions and GHG Emissions Reduction

Preparation of Israel to Post-Kyoto Discussions and GHG Emissions Reduction

The goal of this project was to provide the Ministry of Environmental Protection with a tool for negotiations in Israel and in the international arena after the COP 15, held on December 2009 at Copenhagen, and, in addition, a development of an operational and economic plan for GHG emission reduction
National Policy for Packaging Waste Management

National Policy for Packaging Waste Management

The aim of this research was to examine policy alternatives for sustainable management of packaging waste in Israel. The work includes the definition of packaging types, weight estimation of packaging waste produced in Israel, a survey of packaging waste treatment methods in Europe and around the world
National Plan for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

National Plan for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

During 2010, the Energy and Environment team at the Samuel Neaman Institute has served as an advisor and integrator to the Inter-ministerial Committee for the Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases, headed by Ministry of Finance director general, Mr. Haim Shani.
חקר פחתים ומניעת איבודי מזון במהלך שרשרת השיווק של פירות וירקות

Reduction of fruits and vegetables loss along the marketing chain in Israel

Wastage of food causes economic, resources, environmental and social concerns. In reference to the global food crisis, the common assumption is that it is possible to reduce the rate of food loss by half, and by means of this action alone feed 1-2 billion more people. In Israel, the financial damage from food loss was recently estimated at approximately 18 billion Nis a year, where about 44% of the total foods lost are fruits and vegetables.
Electric Vehicles in Israel

Electric Vehicles in Israel

Electrification of the transportation sector serves the goals of reducing oil-dependency, lowering harmful air pollution in densely populated areas and decreasing greenhouse gases emissions, through the superiority of electric drivetrains in energy efficiency, compared to the conventional internal combustion engines. However, one of the main barriers for electric vehicle (EV) adoption remains the charging infrastructure availability.
  מוסד שמואל נאמן -היבטי סביבה של סקטור הגז טבעי

Environmental aspects of the natural gas sector

The project includes a number of works carried out for the Ministry of Environmental Protection to examine the environmental effects of natural gas as a leading source of alternative transportation fuels, instead of oil.
A Comparative Study of the Carbon Capture Alternatives in the Production of Natural Gas-based Transportation Fuels

A Comparative Study of the Carbon Capture Alternatives in the Production of Natural Gas-based Transportation Fuels

September, 2018
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a process in which carbon dioxide (CO2) is captured from emissions of industrial and energy production processes, and is stored without returning to the atmosphere. The goal of the process is to reduce the impact of anthropogenic greenhouse gases (GHGs) on climate change. CCS is composed of 3 main stages: Capture- separation of CO2 from other gases in the industrial\energy production process; Transportation- transporting CO2 from its capture site to its storage site; and Storage- Injecting CO2 into underground rock formations\ aquifers for long term confinement. Alternately, it can be used in industrial processes for goods productions (carbon capture and utilization- CCU). There is a whole array of CCS technologies. Some are already in successful use for decades, while others are under development or in transition to an industrial scale. Globally, there are about 35 active CCS projects and about 20 more in different development stages today. The existing projects are capturing together more than 30 million tons of CO2 annually (only 0.1% of anthropogenic GHGs emissions), and they operate in power plants and in industrial processes.
Is Israel no longer drying up?

Is Israel no longer drying up?

11 July, 2017
In this article published in The Marker, Prof. Ofira Ayalon criticizes the Israeli government for its lagging attitude towards water consumption in the State of Israel. Prof. Ofira Ayalon noted data pointing the possibility of a future shortage of water in Israel, and called on the Israeli government to raise public awareness of the water problem and to invest in finding technological solutions to this problem.
Israel and Trump heat up the world

Israel and Trump heat up the world

30 January, 2017
A few hours after the inauguration of The President of the United States, Mr. Donald Trump, The White House issued a statement on the future attitude of the new government towards the energy sector.
Israel can benefit from climate change

Israel can benefit from climate change

28 October, 2016
Israel takes pride in its technological knowledge, and was among the first countries that signed the Treaty of Paris, but in practice - Israel's energy consumption only increases while renewable energy is not. This lack of attention will result in missed opportunities for the state of Israel.
Climate change: stop talking, start doing

Climate change: stop talking, start doing

31 May, 2016
Israel has recently signed, ceremoniously, the COP21 climate agreement in New York. But what the worth the glamorous pictures if the state of Israel actually does not invest any money in preparing for climate change?
Encouraging waste on behalf of natural gas

Encouraging waste on behalf of natural gas

16 January, 2016
In previous years, ahead of heat wave days, the Israel electric company begged we try not to activate the unnecessary electrical appliances - last heat wave the tune has changed. The reasons for this change are listed in the article
Information for the public will help reduce air pollution

Information for the public will help reduce air pollution

04 August, 2015
If information is provided to us as consumers, we can better understand the consequences of our actions and seek ways to improve our performance in order to cut costs and reduce polluting emissions.
Return to diesel fuel will cost all of us more

Return to diesel fuel will cost all of us more

31 May, 2015
Diesel fuel raise up to 6 times the price of producing electricity and causes significant damage to air quality because it is much more polluting than natural gas.
A 240 million NIS fine on the public

A 240 million NIS fine on the public

25 January, 2015
Following the Minister for Environmental Protection's initiative, Mr. Amir Peretz, to charge 0.60 ILS per plastic bag consumed at the supermarket by the public, Prof. Ayalon shows in this article the high costs and yet, the relative low benefits of this suggested law.
Oil price reductions should not make us too complacent

Oil price reductions should not make us too complacent

09 December, 2014
OPEC, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, decided last week not to reduce oil production. This means, in a world of supply and demand, falling prices. Why such decision was made?
Not to lower the price of electricity

Not to lower the price of electricity

27 October, 2014
In an era of oppressive living cost, in an era of social protest and a call from the middle class to reduce prices, Prof. Ayalon suggests and explains why a reduction in the price of electricity is a wrong decision.
Garbage bags aren

Garbage bags aren't the reason for pollution in Israel

14 September, 2014
Plastic carrier bags are a popular theme in Israel since 2007, without justification - the damage they are causing is far less significant than perceived. Legislation is also unnecessary, the use of plastic bags can be significantly reduced by education and the cooperation of retail chains.
Leveraging Climate Change

Leveraging Climate Change

26 June, 2014
Israel may be a small player in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, but it can be a significant factor in the export of knowledge and technologies related to adaptation to climate change - efficient irrigation methods, water design solutions, green building and solar technologies.
Law against plastic bags? You are populists

Law against plastic bags? You are populists

18 February, 2014
New law proposals are trying to retire the use of plastic bags, but the truth is that this is a small percentage of the total packaging waste and there are more pressing issues.
When you put the bleaching detergents  next to the cereals

When you put the bleaching detergents next to the cereals

09 February, 2014
No need to call the exterminator to get exposed to toxins. They are in the closet, in the grocery store and at the kindergarten. The writing has long been on the wall, we just need someone to read it.
Why do we need scientists if we don

Why do we need scientists if we don't listen to them?

07 January, 2014
The government raises the price of public transport and the milk carton despite of what the researchers recommend. In Europe, on contrary, a huge budget is allocated to environmental studies through Horizon 2020.
How will the Israeli gas flow?

How will the Israeli gas flow?

23 December, 2013
The state seeks to promote the establishment of two land-based facilities to absorb the gas, but residents of the selected location for the facilities object due to safety and environmental considerations. It seems that the establishment of a floating rig in the sea may solve the problem.
Waste separation: Start with institutions and factories

Waste separation: Start with institutions and factories

23 October, 2013
The state relies on the good will of the citizens to separate the wet and dry waste. Why not force the big businesses, and even the army and prisons, to start the revolution?
Garbage dreams

Garbage dreams

18 October, 2013
If one wants to deal with the problem of separating organic waste and motivate households to separate waste at the source, we need to let big businesses start the process
The black hole of the gas

The black hole of the gas

04 June, 2013
There are many questions that need essential answers. Impartial work is required in order to examine the potential and the capability of the economy to absorb the gas
Water saving in Italy

Water saving in Italy

24 July, 2012
In Italy, there is hardly any water saving awareness. Among farmers, when the cost of water is part of their production inputs, Israeli technology is used for water saving.
water conservation

water conservation

15 April, 2012
Wanted-Carbon-Diet

Wanted: Carbon Diet

27 June, 2011
Energy packaging

Energy packaging

20 February, 2011
Energy Forum No.25 - Energy in Israel - Vision of 2028

Energy Forum No.25 - Energy in Israel - Vision of 2028

06 June, 2012
The Samuel Neaman Institute for national policy, as a part of the energy cluster activity, continues with the series of energy forum discussions, dedicated to issues of national priority. In the recent years, a large number of conferences and meetings had been held, with a wide scope and open to the public. Important and relevant information is often shared, usually without specific recommendations. The energy forum holds issue specific discussions, with a limited number of experts in the discussed field. Our goal is to concentrate on relevant and well defined questions, and produce a set of recommendations and action items, presented to the decision makers in the specific field.
Round Table in green growth - Third meeting

Round Table in green growth - Third meeting

09 May, 2012
The third meeting of the Round Table green growth will take place on Wednesday 09/05/2012 at 16:00 Intel factory carving Mount in Jerusalem
Energy Forum No. 24 - Solar Energy in residential buildings

Energy Forum No. 24 - Solar Energy in residential buildings

20 March, 2012
The Samuel Neaman Institute for national policy, as a part of the energy cluster activity, continues with the series of energy forum discussions, dedicated to issues of national priority. In the recent years, a large number of conferences and meetings had been held, with a wide scope and open to the public. Important and relevant information is often shared, usually without specific recommendations. The energy forum holds issue specific discussions, with a limited number of experts in the discussed field. Our goal is to concentrate on relevant and well defined questions, and produce a set of recommendations and action items, presented to the decision makers in the specific field.
Symposium: Universities present: Environmental education in higher education institutes

Symposium: Universities present: Environmental education in higher education institutes

12 February, 2012
The Green Campus project in the Technion, promoted over the past decade by the Samuel Neaman Institute, aims to introduce and amplify environmental values to the Technion community.
Seminar: Climate change impacts on biodiversity in Israel - what we know, What should we know and what can we do?

Seminar: Climate change impacts on biodiversity in Israel - what we know, What should we know and what can we do?

05 February, 2012
In the conference we will discuss several key issues on climate changes.
Environmental Responsibility Conference 2011

Environmental Responsibility Conference 2011

21 December, 2011
The conference deals with issues related to reconstruction and development of the Kishon River, while examining the environmental and social involvement of the business sector in Haifa and the bay.
Energy Forum 23: Wind Energy Utilization in Israel

Energy Forum 23: Wind Energy Utilization in Israel

19 December, 2011
The Samuel Neaman Institute for national policy, as a part of the energy cluster activity, continues with the series of energy forum discussions, dedicated to issues of national priority. In the recent years, a large number of conferences and meetings had been held, with a wide scope and open to the public. Important and relevant information is often shared, usually without specific recommendations. The energy forum holds issue specific discussions, with a limited number of experts in the discussed field. Our goal is to concentrate on relevant and well defined questions, and produce a set of recommendations and action items, presented to the decision makers in the specific field.
The 4th Jerusalem Conference on Environment and Nature

The 4th Jerusalem Conference on Environment and Nature

07 November, 2011
The Jerusalem Conference on Environment and Nature brought together, for the fourth year first-class experts, policy makers, government officials and opinion leaders for discussion and joint examination of environmental issues and nature of central Israel.
Needs and priorities in the Haifa bay development towards a balanced prosperity

Needs and priorities in the Haifa bay development towards a balanced prosperity

07 February, 2011
The workshop was aiming to focus and define the major issues for the development and prosperity of the Haifa bay area, and the correct balance between them, achieving the goal of long term planning and integration.
At a Crossroad

At a Crossroad

29 December, 2017
Clean energy, now cheap

Clean energy, now cheap

27 December, 2017
Carrying test drive

Carrying test drive

08 January, 2017
Heat stroke 1

Heat stroke

02 December, 2016
Surprise Bags

Surprise Bags

23 September, 2013
water conservation

water conservation

15 April, 2012
Stuck in the trash

Stuck in the trash

08 July, 2011
Infection

inf(ue)lammation

13 May, 2011
The way to nature

The way to nature

17 July, 2010
City of Hope, Hufnagn

City of Hope, Hufnagn

09 December, 2009
Catching the sun

Catching the sun

18 November, 2009
Soon following the sun

Soon following the sun

15 September, 2009
The Green Power

The Green Power

01 April, 2009
Down the Drain

Down the Drain

26 February, 2009