Maghreb conference on sustainable development

Maghreb conference on sustainable development

The First International Maghreb Conference on Sustainable Development, under the banner “Reality and Hope”, concluded in Tunis on Tuesday. The five-day event, with the participation of Maghreb countries, was organized by Libya and was supposed to take place in Tripoli. It was moved to Tunis in view of the Coronavirus and Libya’s instability

Is the Mediterranean Basin really a hotspot of environmental change?

Is the Mediterranean Basin really a hotspot of environmental change?

Joël Guiot, Aix-Marseille Université (AMU) and Wolfgang Cramer, Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) The Mediterranean basin, which includes the Mediterranean Sea and the countries it borders, is often referred to as a hotspot for climate change and biodiversity. This image is used to illustrate the multiple risks for the region, its people and […]

Morocco Aims For 50% Renewable Energy By 2030

Morocco Aims For 50% Renewable Energy By 2030

The Kingdom of Morocco is already doing quite alright in terms of renewable energy relative to most other countries. Renewable energy creates about 35% of the country’s electricity needs, according to data from 2019. But the country is aiming to do much better.

"25% growth of Algeria's banana imports, but the results are mixed"

“25% growth of Algeria’s banana imports, but the results are mixed”

“A few weeks before the end of the year, we can already say that 2020, despite the problems linked to the coronavirus crisis, will be marked by a new increase in banana imports in Algeria,” reports Michel Marchetto of the company Alpex. The French company is specialized in the export of fresh fruits and vegetables and exports a lot to Algeria. The green banana is also one of its flagship products.

Morocco exported a higher volume of tomatoes than Almeria

Morocco exported a higher volume of tomatoes than . . .

Morocco exported a higher volume of tomatoes than Almeria for the first time by Horti Daily is a first. In a somewhat epidemic reaction, it could have something to do with the Brexit. According to data from the Estacom statistical service processed by Hortoinfo, the province of Almeria exported 418.64 million kilos of tomatoes in the […]