Latest in Tag: Garbage Highlight
Latest in Tag: Garbage
In a Rio favela, residents transformed a dump with 20 years worth of garbage into a lush green park with ocean views.
Security forces in Lebanon have removed activists who had taken over part of the environment ministry building to protest the country’s rubbish crisis. The “You Stink” movement is taking on the country’s political class
A rally in Beirut has drawn huge crowds as people voice their frustration over government corruption and the crisis created by uncollected garbage. Organisers of the campaign have issued an ultimatum to the government
RecycloBekia will pick up your electronic waste and make sure it is properly recycled
Caesar Augustus sent the obelisks from Heliopolis to Alexandria, from where they were moved to Rome, Paris and New York. This was the beginning of the looting of the ancient site of Heliopolis, a process that has continued to this day.
Darb1718 offers workshops on composting and raises awareness on environmental issues.
Contractors will receive EGP 1 for every apartment visited
The Kumi Dome, one of Cairo’s archaeological treasures, surrounded by garbage!
Daily News Egypt speaks to Syada Greiss, former MP and chairperson of the Association of the Protection of the Environment
Daily News Egypt investigates the “Clean Homeland” campaign and its impact on Al-Zabaleen community
The logic behind President Morsy’s flagship waste disposal plans are questioned by Zabaleen and industry experts
Ladies and Gentlemen, congratulations: you are living in a mirage state
By Alya Essam Driving out of Cairo’s neighbourhood of Dokki last weekend, I saw a group of youthful girls and boys dressed up in yellow phosphoric coloured vests and latex gloves. A group was holding brooms, and the other was simply collecting piles of waste in the nearest green-coloured garbage bins. I mumbled and recalled …
The campaign protests garbage and electricity bills during widespread shortages and piling garbage
Morsy’s 100-day campaign relying on popular and reluctant participation