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USAID/Jordan Water Management Initiative

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Direct impacts of alternative energy scenarios on wa...

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region stands out globally both for the
immensity of its energy resources, and the paucity of its freshwater resources. Most energy
extraction and conversi...

The Historical Evolution of the Water Resources Deve...

This study is being carried out within the scope of the overall River basin comparative study of
the historical development of the nine selected River Basins around the World, which is
considered...

Water Scarcity & Climate Change

Water is crucial for the economy. Virtually every industry from agriculture, electric power and
industrial manufacturing to beverage, apparel, and tourism relies on it to grow and ultimately
sust...

Global water scarcity

The issue of water scarcity is acquiring a new impetus. Not too long ago, it was primarily viewed as part of the suite of
issues which make up climate change, but like carbon emissions, it is fast...

Sustainable Water Management in the City of the Future

SWITCH (Sustainable Water Management
Improves Tomorrow’s Cities’ Health) Project

The climate change implication on Jordan: A case stu...

The meteorological data such as rainfall and temperatures, covering the period between 1979 and 2008, has been analyzed. The data were simulated using the geographic information systems (GIS) and c...

Energy, Climate Change and Environment

Efforts to respond to climate change are changing the way the energy sector is developing, and the increased
ambition of the Paris Agreement on climate change, agreed at COP21 in December 2015, is...

The Challenge of Reducing Non-Revenue Water (NRW) in...

One of the major issues affecting water utilities in the developing world is the considerable
difference between the amount of water put into the distribution system and the amount of
water bille...

Seawater Desalination Power Consumption

Virtually everything we do affects our ability to harness and expend energy. One simple, small-scale
example is the energy expended by our bodies to fight the effect of gravity as salts and impuri...

World Water Development Report 2016: Water and Jobs

Water is an essential component of national and local economies, and is needed to create and maintain jobs
across all sectors of the economy. Half of the global workforce is employed in eight wate...

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