As rainstorms barrelled through Israel in December, drenching fields and filling up reservoirs, the Dead Sea’s water level continued to drop. By early January, the
At Israel’s southern Dead Sea pools, where visitors bob in water so dense with salt they float, David Zvida gestures toward hotels lining the coast.
Israel is bolstering its fortification in the Dead Sea area.
The fence network, which includes steel, concertina wire, touch sensors, motion detectors, infrared cameras and
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Save Our Sea is a community of amazing individuals all dedicated to preserving the Dead Sea. One member, the exceptionally talented New York photographer Dani
Kathmandu – A monument containing a stone from the Dead Sea was placed on Mount Everest in a symbolic link between the lowest and highest
The World Bank approved a rescue plan to save the Dead Sea, which is drying up at a rate of about three feet annually, but
Ah, the Dead Sea. Four hundred meters below sea level lies Israel’s greatest (and arguably its only) natural treasure. Dotted with the ruins of monasteries,