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Egypt’s Water Sustainability Part II: Alexandria’s Water History

By |March 21st, 2017|Feature, REGIONS|

Alexandria’s Water Supply Through History Alexandria has struggled to provide a regular and clean supply of fresh water to its citizens since medieval times. Founded in 331 BC [...]

Liquidity

By |March 14th, 2017|Feature, VIEWS|

Water is the very foundation of life on Earth; the life source for all that exists and thrives on Planet Earth and yet we treat Her [...]

Egypt’s Water Sustainability Part I: The Mahmoudiyah Canal

By |March 14th, 2017|Feature, REGIONS|

The Death of a Canal: Urban Water Supply in Egypt Toxic waste, sewage, and salinity are endangering the main drinking water supply in Egypt’s second city. Built in 1817 [...]

From Conflict to Context-Based Metrics

By |March 9th, 2017|Feature, REGIONS|

The stories of the Cauvery River and California’s Central Valley Few things convey conflict like an image of a truck on fire. This photo, taken in India [...]

Morocco: Creating a Culture of Sustainability

By |March 7th, 2017|Feature, REGIONS|

Searching for Balance: Water Use in Morocco Growing water scarcity and more frequent drought in Morocco are driving innovative local projects such as fog harvesting in the coastal [...]

European companies compete for water solutions

By |February 28th, 2017|NEWS|

European companies are competing in the petri-dish of innovative projects looking to provide water solutions in the arid lands of the eastern Arabian Peninsula. In [...]

The Mediterranean: The Need for a Sustainable Future

By |February 28th, 2017|Feature, REGIONS|

Mare Nostrum The history and culture of the Mediterranean region are intimately linked to water. To ensure a sustainable future and provide for its growing [...]

Rain as an Alternative Source of Water

By |February 21st, 2017|NEWS|

The UAE Research Program for Rain Enhancer Science is looking into how to stimulate rainfall in arid zones The 2017 World Economic Forum Global Risks [...]

Addressing the Mediterranean Water Crisis

By |February 21st, 2017|Feature, REGIONS|

Water scarcity and resource mismanagement threaten economic and environmental security in the Middle East- North Africa and Mediterranean regions. The Sicilian city of Catania with Mount Etna in the background, Italy, 2012. Source: Dror [...]

Towards a Water and Energy Community

By |February 14th, 2017|Feature, REGIONS|

The Mediterranean is defined by the diversity of the peoples and lands that surround this splendid sea. This report reflects this diversity by providing insights into different regions in [...]

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