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Kinneret

'Trump should use water to make Middle East peace'

Cabinet’s most right-wing minister touts ‘economic peace’ as way for US president to advance regional ties.

Israel finance

The rain that pays for itself

Jerusalem has approximately 896,112 sq.m. of roof space on public buildings, which could yield a water saving of 384,253 cu.m. annually.

By MIMI KAPLAN
30/03/2017
Jordan River

Israel - A regional water superpower

Israel is the world's leader in water reclamation with 87% of its wastewater undergoing purification and reuse for agriculture.

By NATAN ODENHEIMER
13/05/2017
Teddy Park’s fountain water show

A fresh look at Israeli/Palestinian freshwater issues

With meaningful effort from both sides, the EcoPeace proposal can be a stepping stone for a long-term solution to water problems in the region.

By WENDY B. JACOBS , ROBERT C. BORDONE , HRAFNHILDUR BRAGADOTTIR
19/12/2016
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISTS take part in the Dead Sea Swim Challenge, swimming on Tuesday from the Jorda

The Dead Sea’s right to life

The power-generating canal Theodore Herzl envisioned has become imperative to avert environmental calamity.

water facet

Israel has NIS 1.28 billion plan to fix water shortage for settlers, Palestinians

The National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Ministry is leading the charge on the project, working in conjunction with the Defense Ministry.

A view of Lake Kinneret

As Kinneret water level plummets, residents fear effects of prolonged drought

Emek Hayarden Regional Council, Water Authority spar on best method to convey water to Jordan.

ROBIN GRIMES

UK launches Mideast effort to tackle water issues

The programs follow “unprecedented” UK-Israeli scientific cooperation, including the biggest bilateral science conference in April.

Gaza Strip

Is the regional water crisis a bigger problem than Islamic State?

Daniel Pipes to ‘Post’: Only Israel, with its cutting-edge scientific prowess, can offer assistance to the region.

water deal israel jordan

Israel, Jordan sign historic plan to save Dead Sea

The agreement, worth some $800 million, is the result of a memorandum of understanding signed among Israeli, Jordanian and Palestinian officials on December 9, 2013, in Washington.

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