The webinar tackled the effects of climate change on water resources and the green transition.
Egypt is going forward with achieving wide-scale structural reforms after the success of the national program for economic reform, Hala El-Said says.
Minister of International Cooperation Rania el Mashat said she has put all her support behind the push for cooperation around a green and circular economy.
The initiatives for promoting sustainable circular blue economy, in particular in the Mediterranean Basin, are in great turmoil.
The opening of the digital edition of the two Italian Exhibition Group expos was held on the 3rd of November,
Egypt's portfolio in the green projects till September 2020 reached $1.9 billion, the center noted.
Saeed added that the size of these projects is set to be upped to reach 100 percent throughout the coming three years.
National project manager of Egypt PV, the pioneer Small Scale Photovoltaic Systems project, speaks about how the project encourages investments in solar energy and works on raising public awareness, as well as the latest national developments.
Home to a population of close to half a billion people, the Mediterranean region is deemed one of the most water-scarce areas in the world.
The event is promoted by the National Council of the Green Economy in collaboration with Italy’s Ministry for the Environment and the support of the Foundation for Sustainable Development.
Egypt inaugurates two factories set to produce fiber optic cables to meet local demand and export abroad.
The new agreement is deemed the third deal under the GEFF, which is supported by a €23.3 million grant offered by the EU.
Egypt participated in the second Blue Economy Ministerial Conference, organized by Indian Oceans Rim Association (IORA)