Solar energy: Morocco's ambitious plan
31 August 2016

Solar energy: Morocco's ambitious plan

Morocco has an ambitious plan to generate 42 per cent of its electricity from renewables by 2020 – and it's backing up targets with strong...
Growing forests in the desert
29 August 2016

Growing forests in the desert

Deserts are often so dry and barren that little to nothing can grow in them. Well, for a few years now, a team of scientists have been...
A Plan C for the agricultural and food system of Greece
10 August 2016

A Plan C for the agricultural and food system of...

In this article, “What do the powers that be have planned for Greek Agriculture?”, author Pavlos Georgiadis analysis the negative...
World Water Week - MENA Focus
10 August 2016

World Water Week - MENA Focus

Building on previous efforts for region-focused days supported by the Swedish International Cooperation Development Agency, 2016 will...
At the confluence 2015 from World Water Week
08 August 2016

At the Confluence - from 2015 World Water Week

Scientific articles based on presentations made at the 2015 World Water Week have been launched. These documents make it clear that unless...

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Solar energy: Morocco's ambitious plan

Solar energy: Morocco's ambitious plan

Morocco has an ambitious plan to generate 42 per cent of its electricity from renewables by 2020 –...
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Agricultural workers: a seasonal labour force without social protection

Every day at dawn, field workers – women, young girls and even children from different cities in...
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Addressing Water Scarcity in Jordan

Jordan is among the world’s four most water-scarce countries and it is located in one of the most...
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Gaza headed for 'environmental catastrophe'

Water may be a highly valued commodity the world over - but in al-Shati refugee camp north of Gaza...
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Lebanon's viticulture sector finds new opportunities

Lebanon, among few other countries such as Georgia and Armenia has a millenary viniculture...
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Growing forests in the desert

Deserts are often so dry and barren that little to nothing can grow in them. Well, for a few years...
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Tunisia in "water poverty"

Many Tunisians are living below the water poverty line following a 28 percent drop in rainwater...
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Water and Gender: gender analysis in water programmes

Gender-sensitive indicators are essential means to understand the roles, the needs and the...
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Alto: a Moroccan start-up at full steam

Producing energy by converting heat into steam, it is the innovative method developed by the...
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Can green growth address today’s agricultural challenges?

Agriculture is a key part of the social, economic and environmental aspects of people’s lives. It...
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Will robots change the face of agriculture and food production?

A study on the ‘Ethics of Cyber-Physical Systems’ has recently been published by the Science and...
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The Tortoise Garden

You might think that the lack of a decent composting system was the least of the Palestinian people...
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