Observatories on Food, Water and/or Energy in the MPC area
15 March 2017

Observatories on Food, Water and/or Energy in the...

5TOI_4EWAS is updating the Catalogue of Mediterranean Partner Countries Observatories on food energy, water and transversal issues. The...
New winds blowing over the south Mediterranean
16 February 2017

New winds blowing over the south Mediterranean

Wind capacity in the Middle East and Africa region is expected to grow by an average of 21.7% between 2016 and 2025. This equates to...
Study on the cooperation between higher education institutions and public and private organizations in Mediterranean Countries
09 February 2017

Study on the cooperation between higher education...

5toi_4EWAS has launched a study on cooperation between University, higher education institutions and public and private organizations....
FAO and CIHEAM discuss key report in Paris
31 January 2017

FAO and CIHEAM discuss key report in Paris

"Zero waste in the Mediterranean: Natural, food and knowledge resources." Co-produced by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the...
1st Euro-MedHackathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain | Presentations
11 January 2017

1st Euro-MedHackathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro...

The “1st Euro-MedHckathon: Eco-Efficiency in the Agro-Food Chain” took place in Amman (Jordan) from 14th to 15th December 2016. The 2-day...

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How will Egypt benefit from the energy surplus?

How will Egypt benefit from the energy surplus?

Estimated 15,000MW reserve of electrical capacities by May 2018. The Ministry of Electricity and...
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Food security in Lebanon

Food security in Lebanon

Lebanon is clubbed with middle range countries in food security. According to an ESCWA report, 49...
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Morocco at the heart of the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue

A Moroccan delegation participated in the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2017 (BETD), held March...
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81.5% of total water resources in Egypt consumed in agriculture

The agriculture sector remains the largest consumer of water in Egypt, as it acquired 62.15 billion...
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UfM on World Water Day: addressing water scarcity in the Mediterranean

There is great potential to reuse wastewater in the Mediterranean region as currently only around 1...
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New Evidence Confirms Risk That Mideast May Become Uninhabitable

New evidence is deepening scientific fears, advanced few years ago, that the Middle East and North...
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From Rooftop to Salad Bowl: Farming in Tel Aviv’s Urban Jungle

Three enterprising farmers use hydroponic methods to grow veggies atop Dizengoff Center in the...
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1st Agrytech Hackathon in Lebanon

March 31st will highlight the kick-off of the first Agrytech Hackathon in Lebanon. The Hackathon...
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EBRD, EU and European partners support green investments in Egypt

Three international development banks have teamed up with the European Union (EU) to promote green...
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Safeguarding traditionally cultivated local vegetables

Over the years, the island has lost numerous crops whose seeds were once passed from one generation...
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Innovative solutions to food and nutrition issues in densely populated urban areas

In Lebanon, the impact of the Syrian crisis on food security is particularly concerning. According...
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EBRD study: Biomass could aid energy challenges in Turkey, Egypt

A new study by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the Food and Agriculture...
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Region’s water sector facing ‘brain drain’

Fourth Arab Water Week to be held at Dead Sea next week. Instability in some Arab countries has...
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Observatories on Food, Water and/or Energy in the MPC area

5TOI_4EWAS is updating the Catalogue of Mediterranean Partner Countries Observatories on food...
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Farming a warmer planet

Morocco holds lessons for how farmers around the world are adapting to, and curbing, global warming...
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Jordan renewable energy: A new landmark in an ancient desert

Jordan’s first big wind farm sets the Arab country on the road to renewable energy success. The...
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Looming crisis of the much decreased fresh-water supply to Egypt's Nile delta

A multi-year study of Egypt's Nile Delta places the country's major breadbasket at serious risk....
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Empowering women in the Atlas

"Empowering Women, Empowering Poverty Fighters." Empowering Women in the Atlas (EWA) is an...
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Celebrating women’s empowerment in agriculture and climate change in rural Jordan

Rural women in Jordan face challenges related to unemployment and political representation. Over...
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The Future of Agriculture in Egypt

Comparative Study of Organic and Conventional Food Production Systems in Egypt. Organic farming has...
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Morocco's clean energy, clear advantage

Africa has tremendous energy resources, yet 600 million people across the continent lack energy...
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Jordan can reduce agricultural water use by a third

Current crop production could be achieved with 30 per cent less use of agricultural water,...
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