Water

The reality of Egypt’s water supply

The reality of Egypt’s water supply

Upon hearing the government had passed a law to reduce cultivation of rice and freeze cultivation...
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Circular water economy introduced on Greek islands

Circular water economy introduced on Greek islands

On Thursday and Friday at Lavrio in Attica, 27 partners, including some leading European...
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Malta's new water

Water is a limited resource in the European Union (EU), with one-third of the EU territory...
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Fundamental shift in drought management needed in Near East and North Africa region

FAO report calls for a more pro-active and long-term planning to become more resilient against...
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Stopping the leak, boosting the SDGs

Tal Abbas El Gharbi — a village situated in Lebanon’s north-western corner — is thirsty. The...
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Water purification technology: a needed investment for MENA countries

While Egypt’s desalination methods provide vast amounts of water, studies raised concerns over how...
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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? Tunisia is, after Jordan...
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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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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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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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