DSRP Director Noam Bedein is a photojournalist and international speaker. Check out his Dead Sea Story www.deadseastory.com
Rehabilitation of the historical flow to the Dead Sea from the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan river. This is a long-term and natural solution
Development of the Northern Dead Sea into a leading international ecotourism site
International promotion of cutting edge water technology to reduce the salinity of water-depleted rivers and lakes
Promoting ECO seminars on location on the Northern Dead Sea
Developing and presenting visual shows at conferences, summits, conventions
Creating a global support community
Promoting the latest in water technologies research to ‘Save the Dead Sea’
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Multimedia Show Content:
Next 'show' tour:
North America: March 5th- March 21st 2018
Israel: A Global Leader in Water Management and Technology. In the past decades, Israel has achieved a water miracle. By adopting a holistic approach to water consumption that encompasses good management, high tech development and public education, Israel has been transformed from a water-parched nation to a global leader in the water sector.
The five Israeli seawater desalination plants are among the twelve largest plants globally; the Sorek plant is the largest in the world. The amount of water the Dead Sea needs only to maintain its current level stable is 750 million cubic meter per year.
The water desalination plan for the Dead Sea, will be the largest one in the world. On this page, we will share the latest in water research from the academic institutions in Israel and from around the world.