Michael Ben Eli
Dr. Michael Ben Eli, born in Haifa, Israel currently lives in New York. He graduated in Architecture in London and later received a PhD from the Cybernetics Institute of Brunel University. He was very close to R. Buckminster Fuller with whom he collaborated on topics related to global resource management for the benefit of all.
Before founding his Sustainable Development Laboratory, he carried out countless missions worldwide to institutions, small high-tech start-ups, multinational companies, financial institutions, governmental and non-governmental agencies (NGOs) as well as multilateral organizations on the subject of Sustainable Development. He is the author of a best-selling book: Five Core Sustainability Principles and has accompanied several business, government and youth leaders to accelerate a peaceful transition to a sustainable development future.
On this subject, he returned to Israel and created the Wadi Atttir sustainable development project in the Negev, involving the local population: the Bedouins. He brought together the ancestral knowledge of this population about hostile nature and the technological progress of the third millennium. A miracle