EIN GEDI, Israel—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 environmental groups argue the plan will result in ecological disaster.
After a decade of debates, the World Bank confirmed in January the feasibility of building a canal between the Red Sea and the Dead Sea at a cost of $10 billion...
Saturday, April 20, 2013
World Bank approves a canal to save the Dead Sea
As reported by Michal Bleibtreu Neeman in The Epoch Times, April 17, 2013: