Algeria committed to energy efficiency - 03/27/2019 - Gérard Tur

By 2030, Algeria expects to save the equivalent of more than 73M tonnes of oil, thanks to a series of energy efficiency measures. Version française

Three trophies for adapting to climate change - 01/31/2019 - Gérard Tur

Local authorities and central government agencies, state universities and NGOs from the Mediterranean region have until 20th March to send in their entries for the 2nd edition of the Mediterranean Climate Change Adaptation Awards. Version française
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Michel Gonnet - “African nations need new public-sector stakeholders to guarantee long-term investments” - 01/28/2019 - Interviewed by Frédéric Dubessy

Author of the report entitled “Financing VSE/SMEs and safeguarding investments”, published by the Institut de Prospective Economique du Monde Méditerranéen (IPEMED), Michel Gonnet* provides clues to overcoming the challenges for Africa’s development and its integration into the wider Africa-Mediterranean-Europe region. Version française

Michel Derdevet : “The electrification of Africa is vital in the fight against climate change and in containing migratory flows” - 11/19/2018 - By Frédéric Dubessy

Secretary-general of Enedis and founder member of IPEMED Michel Derdevet remains upbeat about improving access to electricity in Africa, despite current shortcomings and disparities. Version française

Alioune Sall: “We need to instil desire for a new Europe-Africa adventure” - 08/28/2018 - By Frédéric Dubessy

Founder and chairman of the African Futures Institute, a prospective think-tank based in Pretoria, South Africa, the Senegalese Alioune Sall talks about the future of relations between Africa and Europe, warning against the continent’s attempts at self-sufficiency and underlining the importance of the “citizen” factor in any...
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Femise recommendations to reduce gender inequality at the labour market - 04/09/2019 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

The question of the equality of men and women in the labor market is acute in North Africa and the Middle East, countries marked by the weight of culture and secular traditions. In a study just released by the Femise on the issue of discrimination at workplace and wage gaps, the economists examine the situation of women in Egypt and Jordan. Version française

When access to finance and vocational training are pathways for the integration of refugees. - 03/01/2019 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

FEMISE, in its latest FEM43-14 study, analyses the phenomenon of integration and inclusion of syrian refugees by examining two distinct cases: Italy and Jordan. Version française
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What does the future hold for the Mediterranean in 2050? - 03/16/2018 - Christiane Navas, NICE

The new MED 2050 Foresight Study on the Environment and Development in the Mediterranean will be different from its predecessors. More participative, the Study will aim to compare various scenarios to help decision-makers in adopting action plans. Version française

The Mediterranean under surveillance - 03/01/2018 - Christiane Navas, NICE


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Turkey building world's longest suspension bridge - 03/30/2017 - Frédéric Dubessy

Linking Asia and Europe across the Dardanelles, the Çanakkale 1915 Bridge will span 2023 metres. 2023 like the centenary year of the Turkish Republic and the year the bridge is due to enter service. Version française
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The main routes of migration steered by religion - 11/06/2017 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier, MARSEILLE

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Does culture affect migratory flows? The latest Femise study (FEM 42-03) analyzes the impact of cultural factors on the destination choices of migrants from the Middle East and North Africa...

The Institute of the Mediterranean to promote economic growth through culture - 05/29/2013 - Frédéric Dubessy

The Institute of the Mediterranean is preparing a three year plan to kick-start culture as an economic sector in the Southern Mediterranean. Version française
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The Mediterranean – Priority to youth employment - 12/03/2015 - Christelle Marot (PARIS)

The Union for the Mediterranean-certified HOMERe scheme provides a region-wide answer to the challenge of young graduate employment. It's a programme supported both by academic institutions and private-sector economic stakeholders. Version française

How to develop sustainable tourism in the Mediterranean? - 11/05/2015 - Christelle Marot, PARIS

MEDITERRANEAN. Working with the RMEI network and the Defismed association, the Take the Med Jeunes platform is examining the challenges and solutions in the transition to sustainable tourism. Version française
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Partnership goes without saying for the Moroccan water sector - 11/02/2012 - Michel Neumuller avec le FME

MOROCCO. Abdellaziz Taariji represented the Kingdom’s water and sanitation SMEs at the World Water Forum in Marseilles. He urges Moroccan companies to make a great effort at exporting and at co-operating in multinational partnerships. Version française

The network, a major solution for the SMEs - 10/30/2012 - Michel Neumuller, avec le Forum Mondial de l'Eau

Four business networks in Europe, America and Africa will use the occasion of the World Water Forum in Marseilles to establish a global “network of networks” designed to allow SMEs to move forward together in international water and wastewater services markets.
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