Haaretz Review of Let There Be Water

Haaretz Review of Let There Be Water

The Secret of Israel’s Water Miracle and How It Can Help a Thirsty World India for one is encouraging drip’s adoption through subsidies, says author Seth Siegel By Ruth Schuster This article was orignially published January 25, 2016 and re-upped for Indian Prime Minister Modi’s historic visit to Israel.  The world’s problem with water isn’t […]

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Bloomberg’s Favorite Summer Reads Includes Let There Be Water

Bloomberg’s Favorite Summer Reads Includes Let There Be Water

The View at the Beach: Our Favorite Summer Reads Now’s your chance to catch up on some great ones, from an 1889 classic to Grisham’s latest. Let There Be Water By Seth M. Siegel As you recline under the sun this weekend, bring the subject of water along in your beach bag. Siegel dives into the […]

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WashPo Op-Ed on Iran’s Water Crisis

WashPo Op-Ed on Iran’s Water Crisis

Forget the politics. Iran has bigger problems. By Seth M. Siegel On May 19, Iran goes to the polls to select a new president. So far the campaign has been dominated by the economy. Unemployment is high, and oil prices are low. The lifting of sanctions following Tehran’s nuclear agreement with the West has yet […]

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Let There Be Water listed as one of National Review’s best books of 2016

Review in the Jewish Review of Books

Review in the Jewish Review of Books

Water Shall Flow from Jerusalem By Amy Newman Smith Consequences are curious things. When the British military in the Middle East during World War II started sourcing supplies from local manufacturers, it didn’t know it was giving a leg up to the firm that would become the Israeli pharmaceutical giant Teva. And when the British […]

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JPost Op-Ed on Israel’s Water Miracle

JPost Op-Ed on Israel’s Water Miracle

Israel’s greatest victory? The emphasis on water – and the talk about making the desert bloom – accelerated after independence in May 1948. By Seth M. Siegel There isn’t a high school student in Israel who doesn’t know about the War of Independence, the Six Day War and the audacious raid at Entebbe among other […]

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