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Water scarcity in Jordan, the latest AMWAJ video & much more🌊
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Communicating the shift towards water resilience

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The Yarmouk river: main water source in Jordan

Jordan is one of the poorest countries in the world in terms of water resources. The UN defines a country with an average annual per capita share of water supply of less than 500 cubic meters as suffering from “absolute scarcity” and right now Jordan has an average of 150 cubic meter per resident. The Yarmouk River usually accounts for 40% of the water supply in Jordan. Discover more in the series on the Yarmouk river produced and published by the Blue Peace Media Lab in cooperation with Maysara Films (Jordan).

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AMWAJ Manifesto

Communicating the shift towards water resilience in the Mediterranean

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Water scarcity is increasing, with 1.1 billion people across the world lacking access to this vital resource. The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration is mobilising the international community to work together and restore both land and marine ecosystems.

The AMWAJ Manifesto has been created in line with this global movement to show that the people of our planet stand together in this mission of protecting and valuing ecosystems. 

Join the waves of change! Sign the Manifesto, now available in English, Spanish, Arabic, French and Italian.

Sign it here!

Must read

Mediterranean renewable energy communities

Discover in this REVOLVE Magazine article how renewable energy communities are boosting the energy transition in the Mediterranean.

Read it here!

Events4u

The Switchers Talks for green entrepeneurs

The Switchers Talks will gather Green Entrepreneurs and organisations forming The Switchers Community to discuss how to be more efficient and to offer the necessary tools to improve the Green businesses of the Mediterranean region.

REVOLVE will participate in the working groups the 28 June giving an overview to The Switchers about communication strategy and in the workshops the 29 June diving into digital marketing and sustainable branding. Check the full agenda here.

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Events4u

BforPlanet: planet in need, business in action

The first BforPlanet will bring together people and organizations across the world to boost the SDGs in a profitable manner and find solutions to the biggest challenges facing humanity. The speakers will showcase specific examples and solutions for the transformation of business models in areas such as the blue economy, energy efficiency or the provision of drinking water and safe food around the world.

The event will take place at Fira de Barcelona’s Montjuïc venue on 7 and 8 July as a physical-virtual hybrid event. Check the full agenda here.

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Opportunities4u

WeMed Award 2021

Are you an entrepeneur with an innovative and sustainable business model? Or a public authority promoting and supporting sustainable businesses? Apply to the WeMed Award and showcase you succesful sustainability story in the Mediterranean! 

Apply by the 15th of July!

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Ecomondo 2021 call for papers

The Ecomondo 2021 call for papers is officially open. The topics relate to the core sectors of the conference – such as management and valorisation of waste and water resources or circular economy. Check the criteria and submit your scientific abstract!

Submit by the 30th of June!
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AMWAJ stands for A Mediterranean Water And Journalism platform for sustainable development. We aspire to build an energy and water community around the Mediterranean. An initiative by REVOLVE.
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CONTACT: Patricia Carbonell, Communication Coordinator
AMWAJ Nest City Lab Carrer d’Álaba 100 Barcelona, 08018 Spain
T.+34 722 763 697    |    E. patricia@revolve.media
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