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Environmental Catastrophe is coming from the Red Sea - Yemen

Submitted by Nashwan Ahmed on 6. September 2020 - 19:32
"Safer" floating reservoir in the Red Sea and its catastrophe damage to Yemen and neighboring countries is anticipated to occur anytime due to It has 1.14 million barrels of crude oil since the war broke out in March 2015 until now. The likelihood of oil spilling out will affect the Red Sea, and who lives in the region.

Capacity Building Drivers for Power Engineering Education to Deal with Climate Change

Submitted by Rafael Amaral … on 15. August 2020 - 2:11

Capacity Building Drivers for Power Engineering Education to Deal with Climate Change

By IEF Member Rafael Amaral Shayani
PhD Professor – Electrical Engineering Department – University of Brasilia, Brazil


Does the Pandemic have a Silver Lining?

Submitted by Arthur Dahl on 19. March 2020 - 13:31

Does the Pandemic have a Silver Lining?

Arthur Lyon Dahl

Should we thank God for the Pandemic? It may seem weird to be thankful for a catastrophe. Human suffering is never something to be sought or revelled in. But the pandemic now sweeping the world, with its ultimate outcome still uncertain, may be a blessing in disguise or a cloud with a silver lining. Let me explain.

Is it easy to combat climate change under war conditions in Yemen?

Submitted by Nashwan Ahmed on 2. March 2020 - 21:06

In Yemen, the protracted war since 2015 has a major negative impact on the environment. Many farmlands were either burned or left to die, and outbreaks of disease arose as a result of garbage dispersed between homes and on the streets. The climate has also changed dramatically. The winter season was not felt by locals here in Sana'a governorate as every year, as it was unusually warm.

A minimum required level of environment protection

Submitted by Nashwan Ahmed on 15. February 2020 - 19:59

  Adopting a positive environmental behaviours is crucial to participate in conserve our lovely environment. Especially, within human conflicts or natural disasters when basic services such public cleaning services were inavailable, a hygienic behaviour among Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) and host communities is required.

NGOs Role in Environment Conservation

Submitted by Nashwan Ahmed on 13. February 2020 - 20:42
International and local Non-Government Organizations (NGO) have been working at the most risky areas around the world, to deliver a humanitarian and development assistance for the most vulnerable of children, women and people with specific needs under war / conflict / nature disasters circumstances. However, they are required to be aware about the harmful environment impacts due to the rehabilitation wastes or conducting their works at the lush & green areas.