The Egyptian German Water Cluster is an issue driven network focusing on water related research topics. Its main purpose is to provide an infrastructure that allows communication, cooperation and increased visibility of the research projects and the researchers. With an online database containing the water cluster’s members and their projects, the cluster offers a platform for information and scientific exchange.
- Reach out to new and established stakeholders and inform key players
- Expertise-oriented search engine to match potential cooperation partners
- Jointly organise capacity building for fellow researches and students
- Communicate upcoming events, publications and funding opportunities
Open submission period: The conference committee is now inviting abstract submissions until 7 August 2016.
Extended submission period: The conference committee is now inviting abstract submissions until 31 July 2016.
Pressures from population growth, pollution, aging water infrastructure, and climate change are affecting our scarce water resources.
This project was an activity within the framework of Egypt’s Vision 2030 project carried out by the Center for Future Studies in the Egyptian Cabinet’s Information and Decision Support Center, with the aim of identifying the future needs for desalination technology de
Water issues are connected to every facet of human existence (basic needs, energy, development, politics etc.), and climate change itself is a complex of positive and negative feedback loops, interconnected physical process, and it too, is linked to human behavior.
The fourth EU-Egypt Water Talk in the context of the The European Union’s Water Sector Reform Programme Phase II (WSRP–II) for Egypt, was held in May 2016.
Submission period is now closed.
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"This region will suffer from acute water scarcity, as projected by dreary future scenarios for 2020, 2030 and 2040 – at least according to an August 2015 report by environmental think tank World Resources Institute (WRI).
"The world’s corals are currently undergoing severe mass bleaching – an event that scientists say has taken place only two other times in recorded history.
The Research Institute for a Sustainable Environment (RISE) of the American University in Cairo, in partnership with the German startup company AUTARCON, has been installing sustainable drinking water filtration stations in remote areas of Egypt since 2014.