Environment

Daraj Team
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time; to stem it in Lebanon requires immediate action and attention. The right mix of policies, skills, incentives, political will and women’s leadership can influence public behavior, encourage the right investments and mitigate devastating outcomes for Lebanon’s cherished environment. 
Vicken Cheterian
If in the Middle East we did not have so many other problems, maybe we would have discussed climate change and its impact on our lives. But no, not now, we are too busy with our never-ending self-destruction.
Khaled Suleiman
The water level in the Euphrates River has fallen by more than five meters. “The collapse of water and food production for millions of Syrians and Iraqis is imminent,” said Karsten Hansen, regional director of the Norwegian Refugee Council.  
Pascale Sawma
It seems that the Lebanese state, specifically the government of technocrats and its supporters, insists on cutting hundreds of thousands of trees in order to implement the Bisri dam project, or the ‘death dam’ as described by its opponents.
Khaled Suleiman
After the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime in 2003, Iraqis did not wait long before starting to rebuild what was destroyed. They brought down the dams that Saddam built and let water flood and revive their reservoirs. This is a look at the prevailing situation, years later.
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