Sawsan Samy Elawady 's Articles

As the UN COP28 Climate Change Conference launches in the UAE this week, experts may need to address the environmental hazards posed by the Israeli war on Gaza, writes Sawsan Samy Elawady from Dubai

A look into the geological factors behind the powerful earthquake that struck southern Morocco last week

Morocco and Libya are still counting the dead after the quake and storm shook the two African nations.

Voluntary carbon markets can provide a way for companies, organisations, and individuals to offset their greenhouse-gas emissions and reduce their environmental impact, writes Sawsan Samy Elawady

The current Cerberus heat wave gripping southern Europe is among the worst that has ever affected the continent, bringing home the reality of global climate change, writes Sawsan Samy Elawady

The earthquakes that hit Turkey and Syria earlier this year drew renewed attention to the dangers they pose as well as whether they can be the result of human activities.

Proper waste management cannot only help clean up Egypt’s town and cities, but also create new investment opportunities for the public and private sectors alike.

The climate perils caused by wars have come into focus now that the Ukraine-Russia conflict is casting a dangerous shadow over the issue of climate change

With the conclusion of the UN COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, it now remains for countries across the world to abide by their pledges to help save the planet, writes Sawsan Samy Elawady

Al-Ahram Weekly explores how women in Egypt can help to meet the challenges of climate change.

Al-Ahram Weekly examines how Egypt contributes to global climate action and what it expects to gain from organising the COP27 Climate Change Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh.