Pollution

Hala Nasreddine
In 2014, the European Investment Bank approved a multimillion loan for a wastewater treatment and sewerage project on the polluted Al Ghadir River. Seven years later not a single stone has been laid, while people continue to live alongside the open sewer. What happened?
Ali Kareem Zayeb
Iraqi authorities and citizens are blaming each other for the garbage piling up in the capital. A campaign placing religious images to prevent people from littering was met with little success. A waste sorting and treatment facility in the south of the city offers more perspective.
Pascale Sawma
“If someone wants to cultivate his land but doesn’t have the raw materials, what would he sow? Air? It’s like asking a person to sing even when his voice is not suitable for singing, or even stifled!” This was the farmer Ali Taha’s response to the recent calls for active farming, especially those made by the Secretary General of “Hezbollah,” Hassan Nasrallah, in which he called for reliance on agriculture using the term “agricultural jihad!”
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
For years warnings about the environment reacting to our horrific behavior towards it in harsh and unforgiving ways have fallen on deaf ears, in favor of temporary economic gain.
Khaled Suleiman
In order to breathe unpolluted air in Lebanon, you either need to go and stand on top of some mountain or simply leave the country. But in the city, forget it.
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