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Report of the CEDEJ Environment and Social Policies Seminar Series #7: Renewable energies & carbon-free transition

Simone Abram is a Professor of Anthropology at Durham University and a Center for Energy systems integration member. She also founded a European Network on energy anthropology within the European association of social anthropologists. Her books include ’Tourists and Tourism’ (1997) and ‘Green Ice: Tourism ecologies in the European High…

Report of the CEDEJ Environment and Social Policies Seminar Series #5  » Recycling and Environmental Legislation in Egypt: a panorama  »

Ahmed El Dorghamny is an Energy and Environment Expert in the Center for Environmental & Development in the Arab Region & Europe (CEDARE), with over 15 years of international professional experience in his field. In recent activity, he has been focusing on sustainable mobility and on sustainable management of resources…

Media roundup on the city: May/June 2014

Territorial development New cities policy is still on the agenda, as confirmed with the launch of the Egypt 2052 plan in el Alamein: “we want to avoid the negative aspects of old cities in building new ones” Housing Minister Mostafa Madbouly declared. Whereas this kind of urban development has been…
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