12 Jul '12, 12pm

The Dead Sea is dying: Can a controversial plan save it? #DeadSea

The Dead Sea is dying: Can a controversial plan save it? #DeadSea

The Dead Sea — the lowest terrestrial point on the planet — is dropping at an alarming rate, falling more than 1 meter a year. A $10 billion proposal to pipe water from the Red Sea is being opposed by conservationists, who point to alternatives that could help save one of the world’s great natural places.

Full article: http://e360.yale.edu/feature/the_dead_sea_is_dying_can__a...

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