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Water Policy in Israel Context, Issues and Opinions

By: Nir Becker(Editor)
308 pages, 33 colour & 17 b/w illustrations, 40 colour tables
Publisher: Springer Nature
Water Policy in Israel
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  • Water Policy in Israel ISBN: 9789400759107 Hardback Feb 2013 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This book deals with water policy in Israel. It offers a detailed examination of the main sources of Israel's water, its principle consumers, the gap between supply and demand, and the complex, contentious work of analyzing and devising the nation's water management and use policies. Water Policy in Israel is arranged in five broad sections: the dynamics of moving from one policy era to another; supply management; demand management; the importance of the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea; and regional and global issues including water conflict and cooperation and climate change.


1. Israeli Water Economy: Context and Setting N. Becker
2. The Three Eras of Israeli Water Policies E. Feitelson
3. Policy Stalemate and Policy Change in Israel's Water Policy 1970-2000s: Advocacy Coalitions and Policy Narratives S. Gilad and G. Menahem
4. Water in Agriculture Y. Kislev
5. Water for Nature Policy in Israel A. Tal And D. Katz
6. Wastewater Reuse Policy in Israel D. Lavee and Tomer Ash
7. Water Desalination Policy in Israel Project Choice and Investment Policies: A Critical Look C. Lipchin and Erica Spiritos
8. Groundwater Management A. Furman and Hila Abu
9. Market Based Regulations on Water Users D. Disegni
10. Non-Price Mechanisms for Water Conservation in Israel D. Katz
11. Water Quality Assessment and Management of Lake Kinnert: Effects and Feedbacks A. Parparov, G. Gal and D. Markel
12. The Dead Sea: Is the Read-Dead Canal a Sustainable Solution D. Markel, M. Beith and J. Alster
13. Impacts of Changes in Regional Rainfall Distribution Patterns on Winter Agriculture in Israel I. Kan and N. Zeitouni
14. A State of Uncertainty With Regard to the Future Global Climate Calls for a New National Plan to Ensure the Safe Supply of Water for Israel. A. Isar and Y. Livsitz
15. Basin Management in the Context of Israel and the Palestine Authority R. Laster and D. Livney
16. The International Dimension of Water Policy in Israel D. Shmueli and R. Aviram
17. The Reforms Implemented by the Water Authority E. Feinerman, H. Frenkel and U. Shani
18. Concluding Remarks: Policy Options and Research Agenda Nir Becker Index

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By: Nir Becker(Editor)
308 pages, 33 colour & 17 b/w illustrations, 40 colour tables
Publisher: Springer Nature
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