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Is Desalination the Answer to the Water Shortage?

Created on 22 January 2013
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This story explores whether seawater desalination - which Israeli heavily invests in - is a sustainable solution to the water shortage in the Middle East regardless of the environmental damages. Desalination water provides over the 40% of the Israel water supply what it means lots of energy use. Three desalination plants has been launched on the israeli short costline since 2005 a few more are being built.

Yermi Brenner is an Israeli-American journalist, reporting on ethnic tension, political conflicts and societal trends – through the personal stories of people affected by them. In this video he poses the issue about desalinitation of the seawater as the answer of the scarcity.


More info: www.yermibrenner.com
Produced by: www.yermibrenner.com 
Year: 2010
Language: English, hebrew




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