In this podcast we summarize a discussion we recently moderated on a looming environmental catastrophe off the coast of Yemen, which, if it was to occur, would lead to an oil leak 100 times the size of the recent Mauritius spill.
To inform about and contribute to resolving the ‘Safer affair’, Mashora Group hosted an inter-disciplinary webinar on August 27th, at 4pm UK time.
As the Lebanese and the world reacts to the Beirut blast this week, we highlight the socio-economic and political implications of this incident on the country.
For a successful energy transition toward green hydrogen, investment and planning activities must adopt a more collaborative and integrated cross-sector approach.
Significance: The cabinet reshuffle is aimed at creating “a swift and agile government” which is better able to respond to the country’s most pressing challenges.
To be successful, business incubator initiatives must strike the right balance between private and public sector rationales.
Covid-19 has created new momentum for climate change initiatives by governments and oil majors.
The impact of Covid-19 on peacemaking in the MENA region depends on the ‘ripeness’ of conflict.