World Bank: $10B pipeline to Dead Sea is "feasible"

01/16/2013 | Nature

A $10 billion proposal connecting the Red Sea to the Dead Sea is "feasible," according to studies by the World Bank. The project, spearheaded by Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian Authority, is aimed at preserving water levels in the Dead Sea and could generate hydroelectricity for a desalination plant. The studies found that the most economically and environmentally sound plan would be to build a pipeline for the water flow.

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