Irrigation

Malta's new water

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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Stopping the leak, boosting the SDGs

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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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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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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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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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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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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Urban agriculture spreads in Gaza

On the roof of the Zahrat al-Madaen School for Girls, the Union of Agricultural Work Committees (...
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Shaking up salt-friendly agriculture

Scientists look to the past for food security solutions. Humanity needs innovative agricultural...
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What will happen if the world no longer has water?

Jordan could be the first country to run out of water, but it likely wouldn’t be the last. Summer...
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