Mahmoud Bakr's Articles

Egypt is seeking financial support for environmentally friendly projects and climate change mitigation and adaptation efforts in the run-up to the COP27 Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh.

Students have been coming up with innovative projects to help preserve the environment in an initiative coordinated by the German Goethe Institute and the Egyptian government

Mahmoud Bakr spoke to German Ambassador in Cairo Frank Hartman about cooperation between Egypt and Germany on climate change and protecting the environment

Construction work in the North Coast area of Sidi Abdel-Rahman has come to a halt over concerns at water quality and beach erosion.

Egypt has launched a public platform inviting civil society to participate in the preparations to host COP27.

Calls were made to unify efforts to protect and sustain the habitats of the world’s migratory birds on this year’s World Migratory Bird Day.

Al-Ahram Weekly reports on Egypt’s celebrations for this year’s World Environment Day on the 50th anniversary of the first UN conference on the environment.

Egypt’s Journalists for Climate Network is emphasising the role the media can play in environmentally friendly development and combating climate change.

Al-Ahram Weekly reports on Egypt’s recently launched National Climate Change Strategy 2050.

Civil society is taking part in preparations to host the COP27 climate change meeting in Egypt in November, with one initiative pooling the efforts of 500 NGOs.

Egypt has successfully implemented a project for the safe disposal of persistent organic pollutants.

In preparation for hosting COP27, Egypt held its first national dialogue on climate change in Sharm El-Sheikh this week.

Countries around the world marked World Wildlife Day earlier this month as part of efforts to protect and restore the natural world.

Egypt stated its priority projects to mitigate the effects of climate change during the visit of the Green Climate Fund’s executive director to the country this week.

Wetlands sustain biodiversity, provide food and fresh water, and store carbon that helps to regulate climate change. What is Egypt doing to protect them, asks Mahmoud Bakr

Egyptian Environment Minister Yasmine Fouad has stressed that Egypt is keen to benefit from the outcomes of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow during the upcoming COP27, which is set to be held November in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm El-Sheikh.

This year’s 11th Arab Federation for Youth and the Environment Forum emphasised the need to preserve heritage cities from the repercussions of climate change

At COP26, Egypt called on the international community to increase the financial resources of the Adaptation Fund to build resilience against climate change.

Gearing up to host COP27 next year, Egypt will participate in the UK’s 26th Climate Change Conference armed with initiatives and success stories.

Egypt has a long list of achievements throughout its three-year presidency of the 14th Conference of the Parties of the UN Biodiversity Conference.

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