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Greenhouse gases in Egypt are 1% less than global level
‘Broken ceramic sinks, old clothes, blankets, plastic bags, boxes, some of what we came across when cleaning river for first time’, says project manager
Expo will tackle MED’s climatic changes, pollution, growing urbanisation, increasing maritime traffic, preserving natural heritage and ecosystem services at risk
Roughly 20 million residents in Beijing will live 3.3 years longer due to China’s efforts against pollution
Chevron has won a key challenge against a multi-billion-dollar judgment over polluting the Ecuadorian Amazon with toxic oil waste. But the case is far from over – a challenge is still pending in Canada.
ECESR published a study outlining the problems facing the area once known as Alexandria’s Venice
The centre calls for factories to be transferred away from the residential block following a recent visit
Respiratory problems abound in the heavily industrialised suburb
The project costs $550m and is funded by the World Bank
Highly flammable Mazut oil leaked from the cool water unit of Al-the Hamra electricity station in Assiut on Friday, causing 10 water stations to close
Coral reefs are among the world’s richest ecosystems – and they will disappear from the face of the Earth before this century is over if we don’t make serious changes, ecologist Peter Sale told DW
Water station reopened in Ibis district after 72-hour shutdown
Poor people are more vulnerable to negative effects of environmental problems
China’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew 7.7% in 2013, unchanged from the year before.
ECESR report contradicts announcements of Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation
Ain Al Seera lake suffered from lack of attention by the government and slums were built on the land surrounding it
Shagara is a creative attempt to improve our quality of life, combat pollution and save cities along the way
From one day to the next the smell of the air changes, and yes, it is possible to notice differences in the terribly polluted air of Cairo.
As Egypt’s new government grapples with the country’s ongoing traffic woes, the Daily News asks experts about how they would solve the crisis
By Mohamed Abdel Monsef The Director of the Consumer Protection Authority (CPA), General Atef Yaqub, said that the CPA held a meeting with representatives of the Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce (FEDCOC) regarding the shortage of bottled water in the market. The representatives vowed to issue an official nationwide memo obligating retailers to honour …
Al-Menofiya governor, the Health Minister taken as hostages by Al-Menofiya residents