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The Fanack Water Files is an ambitious project to publish a series of peer-reviewed reports on the state and evolution of water resources in 20 countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The aim is to provide accurate, up-to-date information on various aspects of water use and management in the water-scarce MENA region. […]
The Fanack website is intended to support the Fanack’s missions related to teaching, research, and service. Documents, search results, or information in any other form (collectively referred to herein as “information”) that are found on Fanack’s website are provided by a diverse range of sources. Fanack makes no warranties or representations, either expressed or implied, […]
Besides news, interviews and in-depth reports on a range of water-related topics in the MENA region, Fanack Water also produces short documentaries on pressing water issues. From the Red Sea to the Dead Sea is the first in a series of films we plan to produce to shed light on complex and often contentious water problems in the MENA region.
The Fanack and Fanack Water websites are intended to support the Fanack’s missions related to teaching, research and service. Documents, search results or information in any other form (collectively referred to herein as “information”) that are found on the Fanack and Fanack Water website are provided by a diverse range of sources. Fanack makes no […]
The most worrying potential impacts of the project on the Dead Sea are: The original project aims to mitigate environmental degradation of the Dead Sea, which includes: The social assessment shows that most of the negative impacts will occur during the construction period and arise mainly from the influx of foreign workers into a sparsely […]