Lebanon

Power cuts in Lebanon could become a thing of the past thanks to this invention

Power cuts in Lebanon could become a thing of the past thanks to this invention

When Antoine Saab made the decision to return to Lebanon in 2010 after several years in Canada and...
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Detectors in the dirt

Detectors in the dirt

“Agriculture consumes quite a high amount of water, of fresh water, and this is the target of this...
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Improving the Early Warning System for Lebanese agriculture

A new Early Warning System (EWS) to optimize irrigation and water management in Lebanese...
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Organic farming in the fertile valley of Adonis

The fertile valley of Adonis, fed by the Ibrahim River (Nahr Ibrahim) is home to some of Lebanon’s...
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24/7 Water Supply in Beirut: Fantasy or Reality?

Population density and less snow or rainfall places pressure on Greater Beirut’s water supply....
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Knowledge of water and agriculture for Lebanon

Wageningen University & Research and its Lebanese and Dutch partners to use their knowledge of...
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Improving access to water: The European Union stands with Lebanon

To support and strengthen communities affected by the Syrian crisis, the European Union is funding...
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Nexus to Migration | 3rd MedSpring Digital Workshop

The third Digital Workshop focused on the relationship between resources––food, water and energy––...
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The Lebanese solar revolution

The rise of solar power brings falling costs, increased savings and more reliability. Over the last...
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Unblocking the cycle of water stress, crises and innovation in drylands

IIED is looking at ways to strengthen resilience in crisis-hit dryland regions, focusing initially...
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Food Security Sector Strategy - Lebanon

During the past five years, the effects of the protracted Syrian crisis have severely impacted food...
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Project Agrytech Is Giving Lebanese Startups $40,000 To Innovate Agri-Food Industry

Project Agrytech is Lebanon’s newest agri-food innovation hub that launched on January 19, 2017....
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