Environment bulletins

EU-MADAD supports WASH interventions across Lebanon with 8million USD project WAAD (Water Access and Development) Consortium will provide 200,000 people improved access to clean water

Beirut, November 16, 2018. The EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis ‘MADAD ‘ is providing its support to the Water and Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector across Lebanon by awarding WAAD (Water Access and Development) consortium a fund of about 8million USD to improve water and wastewater services across Lebanon The

CIVVIES Launches Its First Collection of Sustainable Fashion

Beirut, October 31st, 2018: CIVVIES, the all Lebanese sustainable fashion brand that’s only ethically producing unique eco-friendly garments and fashion accessories, has celebrated it’s official launch on the 31s t of October at KED Beirut. The brand introduced over 265 attendee to it’s concept through its first collection, Crops. The event was attended by public

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The “Let them Fly Safely” Educational Campaign Launches Again for the Second Consecutive Year in Lebanon

Beirut, Lebanon (November, 2018) – The Ministry of Education and Higher Education, in closely cooperating with the Ministry of Environment in Lebanon, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) for the second consecutive year, to launch the “Let them Fly Safely” educational campaign in all


Rkod w Froz

“Rkod w Froz”, a marathon initiative by Froz, will be redefining cleanups by promoting picking up litter & sorting as a Fun, Healthy & Interactive activity. We’re bringing to Lebanon the 1st “plogging” experience at the Beirut Marathon on Sunday 11th November 2018, where we’ll be picking up recyclables found on the 8K FUN RUN

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2,000 Volunteers Conclude a USAID-Funded National Awareness Campaign By Planting 5,000 Native Seedlings near Qaraoun Dam

On November 4, 2018, the Lebanon Reforestation Initiative NGO, under the framework of the Livelihoods in Forestry (LiF) project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), organized a planting day at Al Baraj Reserve near Qaraoun Dam and planted 5,000 native tree seedlings. The planting day was organized in partnership with the