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President AbdelFattah El Sisi inaugurates Al Mahsamma plant

Egypt President AbdelFattah El Sisi has officially inaugurated Al Mahsamma agricultural drainage treatment, recycling and reuse plant in Ismailia Governorate. The project has a capacity of 1 million m3/day and is built in an area of 42,000 m2, making Al Mahsamma the largest plant of its kind in the world.…
bubmag
April 25, 2020
Water Scarcity

Gaia Klēn Acquires Worldwide License and Distribution Rights for the Ergofito Bioremediation Product Line

HIGH POINT, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Gaia Klēn, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, www.gaia-klen.com, with operating offices in High Point, North Carolina, recently entered into an historic agreement with Mavu Bio, a Capetown, South Africa company, that has revolutionized the bioremediation industry with environmentally-friendly products that supercharge nature’s power to clean the…
bubmag
April 23, 2020
Water Scarcity

COVID-19 puts the human right to water front and centre

Journalism has never been more important. Times are very tough for everyone now. But if you feel you can, please donate to National Observer's independent reporting fund. The current coronavirus pandemic is greatly exacerbated by the global water crisis and adds urgency to the fight for the human right to…
bubmag
April 23, 2020
Water Scarcity

Climate Change Multiplies the Threats of Infectious Diseases

As the novel coronavirus continues to rage like a wildfire across the planet, its devastating toll has left many asking whether climate change — another multifaceted phenomenon with global reach — has played a part in spreading, even triggering, the pandemic. Some, like Katharine Hayhoe, a climate change scientist and…
bubmag
April 19, 2020
Water Scarcity

China and Ethiopia, Part 4: Mekelle Industrial Park

China Power | Diplomacy | Economy Ethiopia, with dreams of being a textile and apparel manufacturing hub, is following China’s blueprint for industrial parks. The inside of an empty shed in Mekelle IP. Credit: Istvan TarrosyIn 2018 and 2019 we published three articles about transportation projects in Ethiopia, a key manifestation of China’s Africa…
bubmag
April 16, 2020
Water Scarcity

Why COVID-19 will knockout Somalia after Italy?

By Ayan Mohamoud, Save the Children Somalia Just last month in February 2020, most Italians did not take COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the highly infectious new coronavirus, seriously. By March 31st  Italy’s reported a total of  11, 591 deaths from 100,000 infections with  4050 new cases reported (Aljazeera news).…
bubmag
April 11, 2020