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What will happen if the world no longer has water?

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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Water - Energy - Food Nexus in Palestine

Water - Energy - Food Nexus in Palestine

Addressing water scarcity, both natural and human-induced is considered one of the major and most...
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'Oriental Nights' powered by Wind and Solar: Arabian World Is Pushing for Renewables

The world's running out of oil, there is no denial. However, the oil price has already been sinking...
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Digitising Dynamics: the Solar Energy Sector in Egypt

Open Data in Solar Energy. Clean and renewable energy is a building block of any sustainable and...
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Cyprus: the green economy shows the way forward

The green economy in Cyprus has great potential. The level of solar irradiance in Cyprus is one of...
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Morocco’s solar bet

Morocco’s new solar power plants are expected to support 1.1 million people and hopes are high for...
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Renewable energy & socioeconomic changes

Stepping into the era of renewable energy will bring forth big socioeconomic changes all over the...
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Aswan solar power project brightens Egypt’s energy outlook

About 25 miles north of Egypt’s southern governorate of Aswan, dozens of workers are racing against...
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Africa’s low-carbon future?

To meet the projected tripling of electricity demands of the African region by 2030, many, if not...
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The economic case for wind and solar energy in Africa

Berkeley Lab study finds that renewable energy could be cost-effective option to meet Africa’s...
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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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Algeria's Clean Energy: Huge Potential, Huge Ambition

Algeria is known for its oil and gas, but take a quick look at a world map, and you’ll see that its...
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