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The use of economic instruments in water management in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia

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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Water policy and poverty reduction in rural area: A comparative economy wide analysis for Morocco and Tunisia

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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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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Conserving traditional crop diversity and wild medicinal plants in Morocco

Morocco is a key producer of fruits and vegetables for global markets thanks to the government’s...
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Climate change and stability in North Africa

Climate change is expected to impact on drought, water supplies and food security which may affect...
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The biggest obstacle to deploying solar energy in Africa is skepticism in high places

Solar power is often touted as the obvious solution for the 600 million Africans who live without...
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New horizons for renewable energies in Morocco and Africa

Morocco has a strategic location in the North West of the African continent and is only 14...
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Countries driving solar surge in MENA

The countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are known for their abundance of fossil...
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Morocco designates two new Ramsar Sites

Morocco has designated two Wetlands of International Importance on the occasion of World Wetlands...
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Bio Morocco: Permaculture movement grows despite pressure

A growing movement of gardeners and farmers is practising permaculture, an approach to agriculture...
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Africa’s top 10 most food-secure countries

Finding enough to eat has been an ages-old challenge for Africans. Against a physical environment...
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