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Seeking Sustainability: Israel’s Evolving Water Management Strategy

By Dr. Alon Tal


ABSTRACT

 

The water-management policies adopted to address Israel's chronic scarcity have not been without environmental consequences. Yet, through a trial-and-error process, a combined strategy of water transport, rainwater harvesting, waste-water reuse, desalination and a variety of other water-conservation measures have put the country on a more sustainable path for the future.

 

 

 

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