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Let There Be Water : Israel's Solution for a Water-starved World

Author(s): Seth M. Siegel

NZ non-fiction

With hardly a day without a water-crisis story somewhere, Let There Be Water offers prescriptions on how countries, cities, and businesses can avoid the worst of it. With sixty percent of the country in a desert and despite a rapidly growing population, Israel has been jumping ahead of the water-innovation curve for decades. Beyond securing its own water supply, Israel has also created a high-export industry in water technology, a timely example of how countries can build their economies while making the world better. Built on meticulous research and hundreds of interviews with both world leaders and experts in the field, Let There Be Water tells the inspiring story of how this all came to be. The author is now widely considered to be one of the nation's go-to authorities on water and has in the last year alone, spoken to more than 160 different organisations, civic groups, and universities all across the country.


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Let There Be Water is essential reading. I highly recommend it. - Michael Bloomberg New York Times Bestseller! Los Angeles Times Bestseller! Washington Post Bestseller!

SETH M. SIEGEL is a writer, businessman, lawyer, and activist. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. A founder of several successful companies, in partnership with industry and government, he found that technological innovation holds the key to averting the worst of the coming water shortages. Siegel lives in (water-abundant) New York City.

General Fields

  • : 9781250115560
  • : St. Martin's Press
  • : Thomas Dunne Books
  • : 1.1
  • : April 2017
  • : 210mm X 140mm X 22mm
  • : United States
  • : April 2016
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Seth M. Siegel
  • : Paperback
  • : 617
  • : English
  • : 956
  • : General Adult
  • : 368
  • : 2 maps, 2 8 page colour photograph inserts