We are very interested in green financing and Egypt is very good partner in this field, says EU ambassador
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The paper published on 16 January in the journal Frontiers in Environmental Science confirms the ecological and economic feasibility of recycling our body waste as fertilizer, provided there is no risk that harmful microbes or traces of drugs end up in the crops that are consumed.
Egypt rejects any unilateral measures that violate legal and historical status quo in Jerusalem
Additional contributions totaling more than $230m were made to the Adaptation Fund
There is clearly a breakdown in trust between North and South and between developed and emerging economies: Guterres
The group aims to allow countries with the most climate adaptation expertise to share their knowledge in order to enhance adaptation practices in the most affected nations, particularly developing nations.
Researchers show how the debris leaks dangerous chemical contaminants, affecting marine microorganisms
Floods can affect food security both immediately and in months following heavy rain
NZ has been a significant member of the Multinational Force and Observers in Sinai since 1982.
Team of researchers collected sediments that formed on seabed during Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event
We are studying the possibility of exporting Egyptian mangoes to NZ: Ambassador
Engaging with partners from the private sector and the entrepreneurial community — including Google and Microsoft — ClimaTech Run is a global multi-stage programme for tech entrepreneurs and digital artists.
Larger fishes are more likely to experience oxygen deficiency in warm water than smaller species
On 29 July, Egypt sent a letter to the UN Security Council rejecting Ethiopia’s unilateral filling of the dam’s lake
31 Palestinians were killed, including 6 children and 4 women, in Israeli strikes since Friday
13 Palestinians were killed, including a five-year-old girl, and 90 were wounded during the aggression
Taiwanese Defence Ministry says its forces ready to confront any threats
Egypt lodged a third complaint to the UN Security Council against Ethiopia’s violations
This is the Qatari Emir’s first visit to the Egyptian capital city in nearly seven years
Muslims took to streets across India to protest against official statements insulting Islam’s prophet
In February, Ethiopia began producing electricity from GERD
Abel is 6 meters tall, very similar to ‘Tyrannosaurus rex’, and once prevailed over Gondwana
Several scientists, engineers have voiced concerns over Ethiopian Dam’s structural integrity because of its location in active tectonic region
Project includes baseline assessment, research to ensure that all plans are put in place to achieve objects of programme
Green hydrogen production would change geopolitics of energy in the Middle East, making Egypt a regional energy hub
The plan includes offering governmental facilities to the stock exchange, and supporting the private sector and green energy projects
Visit comes as part of Egyptian-Danish geoscience student exchange programme
It is part of two-week project organized by Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Initiative
Putin puts Russia’s nuclear deterrent forces on alert, while Zelensky launches international squad of volunteers to confront Russian offensive
If Russia invaded Ukraine, the impacts will be very serious, affecting the security situation in all of Europe