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...
smart use of water and best management practices for integrated agriculture-aquaculture farming systems
25 January 2018

Sharing innovative, water-saving agri-aquaculture...

Water scarcity is a pressing concern around much of the world, and particularly in the Near East and North Africa region. FAO has responded...
Blue economy in the Mediterranean
18 January 2018

Blue economy in the Mediterranean

A report by Union for the Mediterranean - with the financial support of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. From the...
Bio Morocco: Permaculture movement grows despite pressure
11 January 2018

Bio Morocco: Permaculture movement grows despite...

A growing movement of gardeners and farmers is practising permaculture, an approach to agriculture that encourages sustainability. TETOUAN...

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Women's informal groups and their impact on irrigated agriculture in Tunisia

Women's informal groups and their impact on irrigated agriculture in Tunisia

In Tunisia although there is a feminization of agriculture, women are scarcely involved in...
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How one community in Jordan is raising women's voices - and ensuring clean water is not wasted

With the support of Global Affairs Canada, Oxfam is working with community members, partners, and...
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The biggest obstacle to deploying solar energy in Africa is skepticism in high places

Solar power is often touted as the obvious solution for the 600 million Africans who live without...
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Tilos island is getting ready to become 100 percent green

The innovative hybrid, renewable energy-based battery station and smart microgrid project for Greek...
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Climate change mitigation in Tunisia

Climate change has become a reality in Tunisia, which is struggling to cope with the problems of...
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Reducing industrial water consumption in Tunisia

Globally, industry is responsible for 22% of all water use. As more countries industrialize, demand...
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Cairo calls on Egyptian expats for water advice

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs, the Luxor...
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Pledging conference for the Desalination Facility project for the Gaza strip

The European Commission and the Government of Palestine, in partnership with the Union for the...
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Harnessing the power of the sun – renewable energy for Tunisia

Sofiane Kallel lived and worked in Germany for many years before returning to Tunisia in 2000....
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Egypt launches renewable energy curriculum

The Egyptian government launched a first-of-its-kind renewable energy curriculum at technical...
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This Algerian entrepreneur turns unwanted dates into tasty treats

If you’re traveling around the deserts of southern Algeria, date palm groves are everywhere. The...
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Gastronomic heritage in Mediterranean wetlands

Life exists because of water. The sites and recipes presented in this e-book are all good examples...
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Facts about water resources and rationing in Egypt

Water efficiency is considered one of the Egyptian National Security issues, the Nile River is the...
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Water conservation is no game in Jordan, or maybe it is

The app was introduced several months ahead of the usually dry summer that brings severe water...
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New Generation of Biodynamic Farmers at SEKEMs Vocational Training Center

For many years, an agricultural training has been offered at SEKEMs Vocational Training Center (VTC...
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Reusing waste water: Egypt's fight against water scarcity

Mai Samih examines how a joint initiative between the government and the UN Food and Agriculture...
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Getting Lebanon’s water flowing: using new SDG data in an urban crisis

Anna Walnycki explains how reliable, disaggregated data on water access – supported by the...
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Necessity pushed them to innovate and create

The most exciting part about Badreddine and Ihab's project is the fact it is all built by them from...
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Tunisia: land of the olive tree

An Olive Oil Times reporter traveled to Tunisia to better understand this nation’s olive oil and...
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New horizons for renewable energies in Morocco and Africa

Morocco has a strategic location in the North West of the African continent and is only 14...
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Countries driving solar surge in MENA

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