Seth Siegel

activist and writer

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Drought is a fact of life in the Western United States, and water shortages are predicted in many parts of the world. Israel is an unlikely place to look for solutions.

Can Israel's Water Be a Model for a Thirsty World?

Drought is a fact of life in the Western United States, and water shortages are predicted in many parts of the world. Israel is an unlikely place to look for solutions.

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