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A brand new study reveals an unprecedented change in Europe’s fire regime
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Climate change is the main factor affecting an unprecedented change in the fire regime on the European continent, according to a brand new scientific work. The affected areas are in Southern, Central and Northern Europe but this historical change in Europe’s fire regime is more intense in the Mediterranean area.

Non-potable water in Spain: La Casa Nueva
Gloria Borrego
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In Spain, there are people living with non-potable water or that do not have access to safe water. What we found on our first visit to La Casa Nueva in Sagunto (Valencia) is still difficult for us to accept. How is it possible that a few kilometres from a city where thousands of litres of drinking water are wasted, there are people who are consuming non-potable water? In the XXI century and in a country like Spain, there are people who live without the minimum rights. That is the reality.

The Cost of Oil in Tunisia’s Desert
Meshkal Editorial Team
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In recent years, Tunisia’s natural hydrocarbon resources has been a topic of heated debate, despite a lack of transparency from authorities […]

Vanishing Aquifers in MENA
Gazliya Nazimudheen
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Aquifers are of tremendous importance for the MENA as world’s most water-stressed countries are located in the region, including Kuwait, Qatar, UAE, […]

20 seconds saves billions of liters of water
Ambika Vishwanath & Karma Ekmekji
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When the primary weapon against fighting a worldwide pandemic is water, and you’re living in a water-scarce region, a new layer of tension may not be so far away.

The Mediterranean is a puddle
Stuart Reigeluth
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“Demasiados charcos” (“too many puddles”), a senior Spanish official told me when discussing AMWAJ. Too many ‘’charcos”, I kept saying that word over and over again: ‘charcos’. Sounds like narcos.

A brand new study reveals an unprecedented change in Europe’s fire regime
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Climate change is the main factor affecting an unprecedented change in the fire regime on the European continent, according to a brand new scientific work. The affected areas are in Southern, Central and Northern Europe but this historical change in Europe’s fire regime is more intense in the Mediterranean area.

Non-potable water in Spain: La Casa Nueva
Gloria Borrego
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In Spain, there are people living with non-potable water or that do not have access to safe water. What we found on our first visit to La Casa Nueva in Sagunto (Valencia) is still difficult for us to accept. How is it possible that a few kilometres from a city where thousands of litres of drinking water are wasted, there are people who are consuming non-potable water? In the XXI century and in a country like Spain, there are people who live without the minimum rights. That is the reality.

The Cost of Oil in Tunisia’s Desert
Meshkal Editorial Team
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In recent years, Tunisia’s natural hydrocarbon resources has been a topic of heated debate, despite a lack of transparency from authorities […]

Vanishing Aquifers in MENA
Gazliya Nazimudheen
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Aquifers are of tremendous importance for the MENA as world’s most water-stressed countries are located in the region, including Kuwait, Qatar, UAE, […]

A brand new study reveals an unprecedented change in Europe’s fire regime
CREAF
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Climate change is the main factor affecting an unprecedented change in the fire regime on the European continent, according to a brand new scientific work. The affected areas are in Southern, Central and Northern Europe but this historical change in Europe’s fire regime is more intense in the Mediterranean area.

Non-potable water in Spain: La Casa Nueva
Gloria Borrego
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In Spain, there are people living with non-potable water or that do not have access to safe water. What we found on our first visit to La Casa Nueva in Sagunto (Valencia) is still difficult for us to accept. How is it possible that a few kilometres from a city where thousands of litres of drinking water are wasted, there are people who are consuming non-potable water? In the XXI century and in a country like Spain, there are people who live without the minimum rights. That is the reality.

The Cost of Oil in Tunisia’s Desert
Meshkal Editorial Team
0
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In recent years, Tunisia’s natural hydrocarbon resources has been a topic of heated debate, despite a lack of transparency from authorities […]

Vanishing Aquifers in MENA
Gazliya Nazimudheen
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Aquifers are of tremendous importance for the MENA as world’s most water-stressed countries are located in the region, including Kuwait, Qatar, UAE, […]

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