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- Clean and Continuous Water for 1.6 Million People in LebanonThe Water Supply Augmentation Project, led by the Lebanese government, aims to increase the volume of water available to the Greater Beirut and Mount Lebanon area where approximately half of the Lebanese population lives. The Project is financed by the World Bank, Islamic Development Bank and Government of Lebanon.
- WORLD WATER WEEK 2018: CALL FOR ENGAGEMENTStart preparing for World Water Week 2018 with the Call for Engagement! The Call highlights important perspectives on the theme “Water, ecosystems and human development”. It gives an overview of how you can engage at the Week, and also outlines the core seminar topics that will be featured at the Week. In 2018, World Water Week will focus on the very basis o […]
- Poland to build new dam, power plant on Vistula riverPoland’s largest river, the Vistula, will be the home of a new dam combined with a power plant, government officials announced. The project will cost more than €470m, according to the country’s environment ministry. As reported by Radio Poland, officials from the environment, energy and inland navigation ministries signed an agreement to go ahead with the pr […]
- Clean and Continuous Water for 1.6 Million People in Lebanon