Why is Israel, one of the world's driest countries, now overflowing with drinking water?

by Geoffrey Grider
August 23, 2016

Just a few years ago, in the depths of its worst drought in at least 900 years, Israel was running out of water. Now it has a surplus. That remarkable turnaround was accomplished through national campaigns to conserve and reuse Israel’s meager water resources, but the biggest impact came from a new wave of desalination plants. To continue click on the link below: