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بالارقام… 3 امتار من مياه العراق “تتبخر سنوياً” وتنتج “ملوحة كارثية” لكسب “الملايين”: مشروعان يمثلان “جريمة كبرى”!

يس عراق – بغداد تداولت عدة مواقع تواصل عراقية، مجموعة من الصور لأكبر بحيرات تربية الاسماك في العراق، حيث اوضحت انها بمساحة 400 دونم في محافظة كربلاء وتابعة لأحدى الجهات المسؤولة في المحافظة والمعروفة بمشاريعها الكبيرة في استغلال الصحراء. وقالت المواقع، ان تلك البحيرات تحتوي على اكبر مفقس للاسماك في العراق. واوضحت انها بطاقة انتاجية …

بالارقام… 3 امتار من مياه العراق “تتبخر سنوياً” وتنتج “ملوحة كارثية” لكسب “الملايين”: مشروعان يمثلان “جريمة كبرى”! Read More »

Sign the Global Call

To: Government officials at the municipal, state, provincial, and national level, financiers of energy and infrastructure projects, energy companies, intergovernmental organizations and committees, We, the undersigned, urge you to recognize the critical importance of protecting rivers to a just and green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Rivers underpin our natural systems and work as an economic …

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New Project Launched to Promote Socio-Economic Growth through Eco-Tourism and Heritage Preservation in Dhi Qar

Un Ponte Per has recently started an ambitious new 2-year project in Southern Iraq, funded by UNDP. Sumereen: Sumerian Youth for Economic Development and Cultural Heritage aims to create employment opportunities for youth in Dhi Qar, drawing on the cultural and natural heritage of the Governorate. Communities there have been struggling to make a living within the existing …

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Traditional Boats Adorn the Tigris River to Celebrate the Efforts of Medical Personnel in Confronting COVID

After a five-month pause due to the nationwide quarantine and other preventive measures in place to stop the spread of Covid-19, the Humat Dijla Association resumed its activities by organizing a river event where boats greeted the medical workers who were active throughout the quarantine period, putting their lives on the line to combat the …

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NEW REPORT AND WEBTOOL PROVIDE INSIGHT INTO IRAQ’S LOOMING WATER CRISIS: IOM AND DELTARES

IOM Iraq Iraq faces a complex water crisis that is expected to persist and might have implications at the humanitarian, socioeconomic, security and social levels, including population movements. In July 2019, the International Organization of Migration (IOM) in Iraq identified 21,314 internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the central and southern governorates who were displaced due …

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Save the Tigris Invites Members, Followers, and Supporters to Join the “Big Jump” for Hasankeyf

In just a few short weeks, on the 14th of July 2019, the community-led campaign Initiative to Keep Hasankeyf Alive will host a “Big Jump” into the Tigris River at the 12,000 year old town of Hasankeyf, to demonstrate support for the preservation of the town and the river. Both Hasankeyf and the entire Tigris River are currently …

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Kurdistan environmental Groups and Organizations, in a Consultative Meeting, to Discuss Local Challenges and Prepare for the Water Forum

To prepare for the Virtual Assembly of the Mesopotamian Water Forum, a local assembly for the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI) was organized with 15 participants from Sulaimaniyah, Halabjah, Erbil, Ranya, Garmian and Darbandikhan. the 2-hour discussion touched upon the impacts of the Covid-10 pandemic in the Kurdistan Region, and in particular its effects on …

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Covid-19 and Climate Change – In an Online Seminar by Humat Dijlah

The global impact of the Covid-19 lockdowns is prompting those concerned with environmentalism to discuss the post-pandemic world. Climate change is one of the most pressing global issues. Many experts have stated that climate change must be mitigated through global solidarity, similar to the solidarity the world experienced during the pandemic. In this regard, Humat …

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The First Virtual Assembly for Water in Iraq 2020, an Early Step Towards the Second Mesopotamia Water Forum

After the remarkable success of the Mesopotamia Water Forum, which was held last year in 2019 in the city of Sulaymaniyah, the campaign to save the Iraqi Tigris and Marshes plans to organize a digital forum that brings together the countries of the Tigris and Euphrates basins, to continue the efforts that started last year. In …

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On Earth Day, a new report tracks the reality and challenges of the environment in Iraq

On the occasion of World Earth Day, which occurred on April 22, the Information Center for Research and Development issued a report titled “On Earth Day.. Iraq and Environmental Challenges.” The report, which was prepared by a group of the center’s researchers, addressed the dimensions of the global environmental crises on Iraq, as part of …

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