Yearly Archives: 2021
Botswana State of The Environment Report Portal
CEDARE as UNEP’s collaborating Centre is assisting The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in extending support to the Government of Botswana in environmental institutional strengthening for national reporting. The overall objective is to develop an interactive web-based module for the State of Environment Report to enable easy access by decision makers and facilitate easy update for timely dissemination of information, including emerging issues. The portal will also support the preparation of a scenario chapter based on the narratives in the thematic chapters to inform policy outlook.
Resilient Food Systems Science-Policy Interface Portal
CEDARE in its capacity as UNEP’s collaborating Centre assisted UNEP in the development of Portal for the Integrated Approach Programme IAP-FS that seeks to tackle major drivers of environmental degradation by advancing a holistic approach to enhancing agricultural productivity in smallholder systems, where food security is directly tied to agriculture and – in the long term – to the health of the ecosystem of which the farm is a part. A holistic approach will also help ensure that gender and nutrition are mainstreamed throughout the Program as important pieces to address the food security challenge.
The 5th National Learning Alliance Consultation Dialogue for the “Consultation on Egypt 2030 Shared Water Reuse Strategy”, July 28th, 2021
On July 28, 2021, the 5th National Learning Alliance (NLA) Consultation Dialogue was held for Consultation on the “Egypt 2030 Shared Water Reuse Strategy”, organized by the Center for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe (CEDARE), which represents the fifth in a series of six national dialogues over the past two years to develop the Egypt Strategy 2030 Shared Water Reuse. This dialogue was within the framework of the ReWater MENA project funded by SIDA and led by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), and implemented in partnership with the Center for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe (CEDARE), in cooperation with relevant stakeholders in Egypt. Read more…
POLICY PAPER: Low-Emission Zones (LEZs) and Prerequisites for Sustainable Cities and Clean Air in Egypt
Through CEDARE’s latest collaboration with Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Egypt, and the Egyptian ministry of environment, this report discusses how Egypt is in a better position now ‘than ever’, to move from planning to action regarding clean-air measures.
CEDARE participated in the EU-Egypt Webinar on the “Role of (Energy) Sector Integration for the Optimizing the use of Energy, Energy Efficiency, Decarbonization & Energy Security”, May 25th, 2021
On May 25th, 2021, Prof. Dr. Khaled AbuZeid participated as a speaker and delivered a presentation on the “Water-Energy Nexus in Egypt” in the EU-Egypt Webinar on the “Role of (Energy) Sector Integration for the Optimizing the use of Energy, Energy Efficiency, Decarbonization & Energy Security”. Read more…
4th ReWater National Learning Alliance Dialogue for Egypt Wastewater & Water Reuse 2030 Targets Validation, Monday, April 26th, 2021 (Online Meeting), 10:30 AM – 02:00 PM (Cairo Local Time)
The Center for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe (CEDARE) organized, the Fourth National Learning Alliance Dialogue on Water Reuse to validate the national and local targets for water reuse 2030. CEDARE is working within the framework of the ReWater project, funded by the Swedish Development Agency International (SIDA), and in partnership with the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and other partners. The workshop was held in the presence of many experts in this field, including the Ministries of Housing, Agriculture, Environment, Water Resources and Irrigation and the Holding Company for Drinking Water and Sanitation.
Dr. Khaled AbuZeid, Regional Director of Water Resources at CEDARE, welcomed the participants and opened the dialogue on validation of the water reuse targets. The targets of water reuse include both National and Local Targets. Read more…