Researchers see water at root of Tunisia’s inequality problem
08 June 2018

Researchers see water at root of Tunisia’s...

A couple of hours drive inland from the cosmopolitan capital of Tunis sits Medjez El Bab, a provincial town that has relied on income from...
Forum on Agriculture, Rural Development and Migration in the Mediterranean
14 May 2018

Forum on Agriculture, Rural Development and...

A better understanding of the drivers and impacts for forward-looking policies and programmes. International migration and its impacts on...
State of play on climate in the Mediterranean
04 May 2018

State of play on climate in the Mediterranean

2018 UfM Climate Week in Barcelona | 23-25 April 2018. The Mediterranean region is one of the world’s climate change hotspots where the...
Pledging conference for the Desalination Facility project for the Gaza strip
16 March 2018

Pledging conference for the Desalination Facility...

The European Commission and the Government of Palestine, in partnership with the Union for the Mediterranean, will host on 20 March, in...
Hope and solar power
26 January 2018

Hope and solar power

The future of energy Nothing grows here, 12 miles from the Nile. Yellow, flat, hot and barren, the desert stretches as far as the eye can...

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The use of economic instruments in water management in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia

The use of economic instruments in water management in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia

Mediterranean‐African countries (MACs) face a major water crisis. The annual renewable water...
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Green hope. Can planting trees bring social change to marginalized regions in Tunisia?

Green hope

Can planting trees bring social change to marginalized regions in Tunisia? Tunisia is, after Jordan...
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How to convert dead fruit trees into fuel without ruining the planet

In light of increasingly scarce energy resources and a general shift toward eco-friendly energies,...
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New measures expected to incentivise investment and grow Tunisia's agricultural sector

Agriculture in Tunisia mostly consists of olive oil, cereals, dates, fruits and vegetables. In...
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Jordan’s first female plumbers breaking taboos and helping to solve the country’s water crisis

Jordan’s first female plumbers are helping reduce water waste in a country where water is scarce....
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Algeria invests in desert fish farming to boost food production

The nation hopes to feed its growing population and diversify its oil-based economy by tapping the...
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Invention could ease Jordan’s water-scarcity problem

In his research, Mohsen Abu Haifa focuses not only on finding new sources of water, but also on...
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The rise of olive oil from Tunisia

Olive oil is becoming more and more popular with food lovers who enjoy a good quality olive oil as...
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Global goals, localized action. Celebrating 40 years in Egypt

Since 1978, FAO Representation in Egypt has been a key player in several agricultural and rural...
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Researchers see water at root of Tunisia’s inequality problem

A couple of hours drive inland from the cosmopolitan capital of Tunis sits Medjez El Bab, a...
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Water policy and poverty reduction in rural area

A comparative economy wide analysis for Morocco and Tunisia. Morocco and Tunisia are considered...
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A sustainable water supply for Morocco's farmers bears fruit

As Youssef Jebha walks past the lush citrus groves surrounding the town of Guerdane in central...
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Egypt’s new solar power plant to train African scientists

The first training programme in the field of solar power for researchers from Africa and the Middle...
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The Soil Atlas of Africa

The Soil Atlas of Africa was a collaboration between the European Union, the African Union and the...
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Increasing water and land productivities in Tunisia and Morocco

Nearly 80 percent of seasonal crop areas in the Near East and North Africa Region are rainfed, a...
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A greek innovation: gaiasense evolves

European Commission, Farm Europe and EU agricultural cooperatives’ representatives visited a...
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Sources of innovation in family olive farms

The case of Bejaia province in Algeria. This study - by Billal Maghni and Kamal Oukaci, University...
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Forum on Agriculture, Rural Development and Migration in the Mediterranean

A better understanding of the drivers and impacts for forward-looking policies and programmes....
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Climate change and the Lebanese economy

Interview with Julie Harb - Saint Joseph University (Lebanon), Institut de la Méditerranée and...
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Conserving traditional crop diversity and wild medicinal plants in Morocco

Morocco is a key producer of fruits and vegetables for global markets thanks to the government’s...
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Linking the Water-Energy-Food Nexus and Sustainable Development Indicators for the Mediterranean Region

Food production and water provision are are two urgent socio-economic and environmental issues in...
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Berytech organizes Euro-Med Innovation Day

Euro-Mediterranean and Lebanese innovators, researchers and stakeholders discuss challenges and...
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