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Jul 16, 2015 / Video
Interview with CMI Manager, Mourad Ezzine, in the context of the MEDCOP21 Mediterranean Climate Summit MEDCOP21.
Jul 08, 2015 / Blog
By Melissa Bell   Ours was a debate before the big debate that’s to take place in December. The whole world will be meeting in Paris in the hope of finding a deal that would limit greenhouse emissions to 2 degrees above pre industrial levels. The aim is about as ambitious as it could be:... more
Jul 03, 2015 / Video
In the context of the MEDCOP21 Mediterranean Climate Summit, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) organized a panel where young people showcased their solutions to climate change. This event was held with support from the European Investment Bank and in media partnership with France... more
Jul 02, 2015 / Blog
By: Jonathan Walters* and Silvia Pariente-David*   Let’s imagine a strange conversation, between Mr. Protection and Ms. Solar.  So we can try and understand why Europe imports no solar energy from sunny places, but all of its pineapples.   Ms. Solar: “I don’t understand.... more
Jun 24, 2015 / Video
In the context of the MEDCOP21 Mediterranean Climate Summit, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) organized a high-level dialogue on “Climate Change: Financing and beyond”. This event was held with support from the European Investment Bank and in media partnership with France Médias Monde... more
Jun 16, 2015 / Video
Marseille, France, 4 June, 2015   In the context of the MEDCOP21 Mediterranean Climate Summit, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) convened Governments, development agencies, private sector and youth networks from the South and North of the Mediterranean to discuss joint agendas for... more
May 22, 2015 / Video
Some regions will have too much water and others will have too little, according to a comprehensive new study on Climate Change by the World Bank Group. This look at the effects on the Middle East, Latin America and Central Asia is awash with suggestions to prepare for a changing world. Turn Down... more
Apr 07, 2015 / Blog
By Quentin Wondon and Andrea Liverani   The links between climate change and migration have been studied in detail, but the data for the Middle East – North Africa (MENA) zone remained limited until the World Bank and the French Development Agency carried out a survey of five... more
Dec 01, 2014 / Blog
By Maria Sarraf   If you think the summers in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region are hot—think again. Summers are likely to become much warmer. Global temperatures are rising; the question now is by how much and what the impact of them will be. People in the region already face very... more

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