Springs in Northern Israel Producing Less Water, Some All Dried Up

Culprits are drought and increased consumption, Water Authority says.

Over the past two decades, the volume of water flowing from most of the springs in the north of the country has declined due to climate change and increased human consumption of water, according to a Water Authority study issued this month. In addition, some springs that in the past produced hundreds of liters of water per second have now dried up completely.