The Dead Sea Revival Project

The Dead Sea Revival Project

The Dead Sea Revival Project is the only NGO today dedicated solely to sharing the Dead Sea story with the world and to influence public opinion and global support.

Vision: The restoration of the historic water sources of the Dead Sea- the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan River and the formation of a Middle Eastern alliance for water sustainability.
#SaveOurWaterTreasures

About the Dead Sea

Measuring at 430 meters below sea level, it is the lowest point on Earth, and is one of the deepest lakes in the world (480 meters / 1580 feet).

It is the 4th saltiest body of water on earth that contains 26 minerals with half of them exclusively unique to the Dead Sea! The Dead Sea Basin is shared between Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority.

 

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About the Dead Sea

Measuring at 430 meters below sea level, it is the lowest point on Earth, and is one of the deepest lakes in the world (480 meters / 1580 feet).

It is the 4th saltiest body of water on earth that contains 26 minerals with half of them exclusively unique to the Dead Sea! The Dead Sea Basin is shared between Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority.

 

Learn More About Dead Sea

The Dead Sea’s Water Levels are the Lowest in Recorded History!


Why is the Dead Sea shrinking?

The Dead Sea is disappearing mainly because the water sources and the historical flow of the Jordan River and the Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea have dried up or have been diverted. The remaining causes are due to the factories and industries, both on the Israeli and the Jordanian side, that pump out large quantities of water mainly for extracting minerals.

Move the slider to see the incredible changes from 2016 to 2018

Water Levels Are

Dropping Fast!

  • The Dead Sea loses the equivalent of 600 Olympic water pools daily (1.5 million cubic meters)
  • Every year, the water level drops up to 1.5 meters (5 feet)
  • There is almost no access to the remaining Dead Sea shores today due to the rapid growth of sinkholes phenomena, up to 6,000 in total, 700 per year

ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS 2021-2022

The Dead Sea
Museum of Art

Earth Day 2022

The Dead Sea in 6 years time-lapse.

The Dead Sea virtual museum

Water World Day 2022

The first bilateral
Israel-UAE water ecotour

Dubai Museum

A Photo Art Exhibition Display

360 VR Invteractive

Expeditions & Webinars

Dead Sea Ecotourism Expansion

ACTIVITIES AND PROJECTS 2021-2022

The Dead Sea
Museum of Art

Earth Day 2022

The Dead Sea in 6 years time-lapse.

The Dead Sea virtual museum

Water World Day 2022

The first bilateral
Israel-UAE water ecotour

Dubai Museum

A Photo Art Exhibition Display

360 VR Invteractive

Expeditions & Webinars

Dead Sea Ecotourism Expansion

ADVISORY BOARD

ADVISORY BOARD

A selected group of professionals from many fields and backgrounds have dedicated their time and efforts to lead the Dead Sea Revival Project as the leading NGO, dedicated to the Dead Sea cause.

ODED RAHAV
ODED RAHAV
Serial Entrepeneur
ROIE GALITZ
ROIE GALITZ
Wildlife Photographer, Environmental Diplomat, Entrepreneur
SHIRLEY SHOR
SHIRLEY SHOR
New Media Artist
AVIOR AMRANI
AVIOR AMRANI
PR & Educational Tourism
JASON HOLTZMAN
JASON HOLTZMAN
Strategy & Engagement
NETANEL SCHLESINGER
NETANEL SCHLESINGER
Tourism Branding & Marketing

ADVISORY BOARD

ADVISORY BOARD

A selected group of professionals from many fields and backgrounds have dedicated their time and efforts to lead the Dead Sea Revival Project as the leading NGO, dedicated to the Dead Sea cause.

ODED RAHAV
ODED RAHAV
Serial Entrepeneur
ROIE GALITZ
ROIE GALITZ
Wildlife Photographer, Environmental Diplomat, Entrepreneur
SHIRLEY SHOR
SHIRLEY SHOR
New Media Artist
AVIOR AMRANI
AVIOR AMRANI
PR & Educational Tourism
JASON HOLTZMAN
JASON HOLTZMAN
Strategy & Engagement
NETANEL SCHLESINGER
NETANEL SCHLESINGER
Tourism Branding & Marketing

About the Dead Sea Revival Project

The Dead Sea Revival Project is the only NGO today dedicated solely to sharing the Dead Sea story with the world, to shape public opinion and to influence global support, through: environmental art, advanced tech-documentation, sustainability education, ecotourism, research, activism and most recently regional cooperation thanks to the historic “Abraham Accords”.

The Dead Sea Revival Project received international endorsement and recognition from NASA, CNN/VR, National Geographic & The UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment. In addition, The Dead Sea Revival Project received coverage and recognition locally from the Israeli mainstream news media in Hebrew and English, the Israeli Knesset’s “Committee for Saving the Dead Sea”, the Israeli Government Press Office, The Tourism Ministry, Israeli Embassies and Consulates, The Dead Sea Research Institute, and Regional Councils of the Dead Sea

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