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The Water-Employment-Migration Nexus

By |June 27th, 2017|INTERVIEWS|

Vangelis Constantianos is sharing insights in the Water- Employment-Migration Nexus in the Mediterranean and MENA regions. Vangelis is the Executive Secretary of the Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean [...]

Singapore’s water story

By |June 27th, 2017|REGIONS|

A streamflow towards self-sufficiency and sustainable development Water security is identified as one of the threats emanating from failing global efforts to stop climate change. [...]

The New “Water – Employment – Migration” Nexus

By |June 27th, 2017|In Depth|

Water, employment and migration crises are posing rising risks globally. In parts of the Mediterranean, the situation on all three crises is alarming. Their link [...]

How Big is the Blue Economy?

By |June 7th, 2017|NEWS|

Opportunities for environmentally sustainable careers in the blue economy are growing and the maritime sector desperately needs educated and highly-skilled professionals. Maritime industries are seeking [...]

Shared Water, Contested Water: The Middle East


Sharing the Contested Waters of the Middle East In 1988, the Egyptian Foreign Minister Boutros Boutros-Ghali said that the next war in the Middle East would be [...]

Shared Waters, Shared Responsibility: Europe

By |April 25th, 2017|REGIONS_ARTICLES|

Governance of Europe's Waters The European Water Framework Directive is a successful – although imperfect – model for international management and the protection of water supplies and natural [...]

Water Cost in Southern Spain

By |April 18th, 2017|In Depth|

The Price of Watering Europe's Southern Plains Farmers in south-eastern Spain are complaining of water shortages and say they will go out of business by the end [...]

Albania’s Vjosa River Controversy


Damming the Wild Rivers of Albania Plans to build a series of dams and hydropower plants on the Vjosa River in  Albania have unleashed a heated debate across Europe, as hydropower potential is weighed up against ecological considerations. The Vjosa River [...]

Saudi Arabia’s Search for a More Sustainable Water Culture


Saudi Arabia’s Great Thirst Years of massive over-exploitation have severely depleted Saudi Arabia’s water resources. The government is now taking steps to curb consumption in all sectors but public [...]

Building Climate Change Resilience


Building resilience can help vulnerable rural communities face the challenge of climate change. Changing weather patterns and growing pressure on natural resources are making it increasingly important to prioritize environmental [...]

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