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The North African region is a “hotspot”

Rainfall is expected to decrease and temperature to rise, which will have a direct impact on water resource capacities.  Climate models show that these trends will strengthen over the future years.

As it bakes, Egypt looks to the cooling power of the sea for help

As Egypt bakes, it looks to the cooling power of the sea for help now that technological advances would allow it . . .
As anyone who visits Egypt between the months of May to September can attest, the weather gets hot, often uncomfortably so.

Lebanese voters are signalling a desire for change

Lebanese voters are signalling a desire for change, with Hezbollah and its allies losing ground across the country in a parliamentary election.

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Climate change affects all countries

Climate change affects all countries

Climate change affects all countries, especially those with high agricultural production and equally those with lower production.  The ingenuity of the producers of the first countries could not oppose any remedy to this phenomenon.  Without wanting to be disillusioned because of this, everyone knows that only a global movement of all the world’s populations could turn this upside down or the other way around.

How will MENA countries hit FDI targets? 

How will MENA countries hit FDI targets? 

As the pandemic-fuelled liquidity begins to wane and the reality of inflation and higher interest rates sets in, many economies will face considerable challenges. The Middle East and North African countries are vying to attract global investors and increase Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).

A new approach to sustainable tourism: Balanced Tourism

A new approach to sustainable tourism: Balanced Tourism

Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA) announces its bold new approach to sustainability – Balanced Tourism, a key milestone in its strategy to drive overall sector growth and become the regional leader in sustainable tourism by 2025.

 

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