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A “doomsday scenario” is possible but not inevitable with long term thinking from the government and families
Food-for-Education Project benefits 400,000 Egyptians through providing quality food for low socio-economic classes, women, and children in Egypt
German company launching 17 development projects in Egypt, including ones to develop informal areas in Cairo
Through music production, educational workshops and activities promoting innovation, the project aims to contribute to finding solutions to the conflict over water resources
Reducing consumption and changing behaviours top the conference’s agenda
Reform aims to use their products to protect the environment and empower local communities.
The $2m grant will finance sustainability projects in Egypt, namely industrial waste management and SME development
Piles of straw, buckets of water, pitchforks of manure and more where stacked on top of each other to build a large compost heap. Galabeya’s and Uggs intermingled without prejudice in this Composting Workshop hosted by Nawaya – sowing the seed of true sustainability.
By Michael Spence MILAN: Markets and capitalist incentives have great strengths in promoting economic efficiency, growth, and innovation. And, as Ben Friedman of Harvard University argued persuasively in his 2006 book “The Moral Consequences of Growth”, economic growth is good for open and democratic societies. But markets and capitalist incentives have clear weaknesses in ensuring stability, …