Environmental Justice
English Environmental Justice The Road to cop27

After the beaches of Dahab were polluted with oil, warnings, recommendations and parliamentary action to preserve the marine environment (Report)

Recently, the inhabitants of the city of Dahab, in the South Sinai Governorate, woke up to find a black spot.

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English Environmental Justice The Road to cop27

The prudent path| Shark attack is an alarm bell.. Overfishing in the Red Sea is a threat to marine and human life (position paper)

The Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights has warned of the dangers faces the Red Sea reserves, which represent.

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The Prudent Path – The Road to COP27 100 days to COP

The Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights (ECESR) launches The Prudent Path Campaign to call attention to the impacts.

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The government is appealing a court ruling that prevents polluting the Nile with sewage and industrial waste. The Egyptian Center is asking about the reasons (position paper)

While preparations are underway for the “COP27” climate conference, the government is still sticking to its appeal against the ruling.

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World Reaches Agreement on Climate Change after Decades of Negotiation

After about 21 years of negotiations, 195 parties signed yesterday an agreement on climate change. Negotiations ever since the Kyoto.

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Sisi Presidential Statement in Convention on Climate Change: Positive Speech Contradicted by State Actions

In his speech on the first day of negotiations on climate change yesterday, President Abdulfattah El Sisi, Coordinator of the.

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All You Need to Know: File on coal pollution

This file is prepared by Anti-Coal Egyptians, a coalition of NGOs and experts, including ECESR, working to stop the use.

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