Red Dead Water Project
By Micah Halpern
Thursday January 3, 2019
I've Been Thinking:
Israel and Jordan are moving ahead on the Red Sea Dead Sea Project.
The purpose of the Project is to bring water from the Red Sea and desalinate it. The byproduct of the desalination, known as brine, will be sent north about 130 miles, to the Dead Sea.
Salty brine will help refill the shrinking Dead Sea.
The newly desalinated water will then be sent to Jordan, Israel's 50/50 partner in this project and it will help solve Jordan's extreme water shortage. Each country is putting up a mere $40 million each year to solve two huge water problems.
The Red Sea Dead Sea Project is a perfect example of how cooperation can help neighbors and the environment, all at the same time.
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