Tags (11) : water
09/29/2016 | Water management in the Mediterranean
EMWIS, Eric Mino, Euro-Mediterranean Information System on Know-How in the Water Sector, Jordan, Lebanon, Mediterranean Water Institute, Mediterranean Water Knowledge Platform, Morocco, National Water Information Systems, national water information systems, NWISs, Tunisia, water, white paper on the Mediterranean
12/15/2015 | Environmental and development issues
The services provided by natural ecosystems can provide solutions within a strategy to adapt to climate change in the Mediterranean. Gaining a better knowledge of them to better use them involves decompartmentalizing the studies devoted to them. Version française
11/17/2015 | Environmental and development issues
Climate change will weigh heavily on water resources in the Mediterranean. Better management of these resources may allow water needs to be met. Version française
06/22/2015 | Environmental and development issues
The role of wetlands in regulating the climate has long been forgotten in climate change adaptation strategies. However the Med-ESCWET project, tasked with addressing the vital challenge of water resource conservation, places wetlands at its very heart. Version française
11/02/2012 | Environmental and development issues
The reuse of treated wastewater (TWW reuse) for irrigation will become a necessity, at least in the Southern Mediterranean region. And yet the obstacles facing TWW reuse projects are numerous, but are removable all the same, explains consultant Nicolas Condom. “The reuse of treated domestic...
11/02/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Manufacturing with OCP, techno-hubs with MEDZ, and Plan Maroc vert (green Morocco), the European Investment Bank makes its presence in Morocco felt like never before. The EIB grants over €270 million in loans to this country in just a few days. MOROCCO / EUROPE. By signing a loan for €130 million...
Agadir, agriculture, Agropolis, Atlantic Free Zone, banque européenne d'investissement, Berkane, CDG Developpement, development, economic, eib, energy, europe, european investment bank, femip, Gharb-Kenitra, green Morocco, Haouz-Marrakesh, irrigation, Kénitra, loans, luxembourg, Maroc Vert, massa, mediterranean., MEDZ, Meknès, MidParc, morocco, Nizar Baraka, Nouasser, OCP, Parc Haliopolis, Parc Technopolis, Philippe de Fontaine Vive, plan, Rabat-Salé, SME's, social, souss, Technopole Oujda, telecommunications, the Agropole, transport, urban infrastructure and industry, water, younger generation
10/30/2012 | Water issues and solutions
Several local studies demonstrate this: expensive investments, pumping of aquifers, discharging wastewater into the environment: tourist centres are not "sustainable". Version française
10/30/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
MEDITERRANEAN. Sometimes described as the water bank, as its investments in this sector are increasing, the European Investment Bank (EIB) is developing a strategy consistent with the European Commission’s White Paper on adapting to climate change, published in 2009. At the 6th World Water Forum,...
10/08/2012 | Reflections
Bassam Saleh, Assistant Secretary General for Technical Affairs and WAJ Disi Project Manager, Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Jordan "In recent decades Jordan witnessed rapid and significant population growth with which the infrastructures and services could not cope. Additionally the efficiency...
05/24/2011 | Services / Finances
ISRAEL. Since the early 2000s, twenty projects have already been carried out as public-private partnerships (PPP) in Israel, in which the government has invested more than 33 billion shekels (€6.6 billion).
05/24/2011 | Society
MEDITERRANEAN. FEMIP, the financial arm of the EIB, has put a technical assistance programme in place to encourage partner Mediterranean countries to resort to PPP in order to accelerate the realisation of their major infrastructure programmes.