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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

By |May 2nd, 2017|REGIONS, REGIONS_ARTICLES|

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

By |April 11th, 2017|REGIONS, REGIONS_ARTICLES|

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

By |April 4th, 2017|REGIONS, REGIONS_ARTICLES|

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

By |March 30th, 2017|REGIONS, REGIONS_ARTICLES|

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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