Projects threaten to alter Israel’s Negev desert beyond recognition
A rail line, an airport and hotels - it’s all bad as far as some Israeli environmentalists are concerned.
The Negev and Arava desert regions in southern Israel offer hikers a quiet remoteness, for now anyway. On tap are reservoirs, a rail line that crosses streams and hills, an airport and hotels. And these are only some of the projects.
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