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On June 11, 2011 By

A last post on the Maghreb for Tuesday’s exam.

I am not going to try and guess the question!  But you need to be prepared to answer questions […]

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A world Bank report states that the cities of Tunis,Casablanca and Alexandria face huge bills to strengthen strategies  for natural disaster prevention and climate change adaptation.

Full report http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/NEWS/0,,contentMDK:22931655~pagePK:34370~piPK:34424~theSitePK:4607,00.html?cid=EXT_TWBN_D_EXT

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Planet Azur in trouble

On June 4, 2011 By


A one billion euro luxury beach resort in Morocco is in trouble as the Spanish Developers have harmed its natural ecosystem – one of […]

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Water stress

On May 28, 2011 By

The most water-stressed nations on Earth are all in the Middle East and North Africa. Add surging populations and food and energy costs, and trouble seems inevitable


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Whilst the attached article puts Libya’s water supply in the conflict context, the detail regarding fossil water is relevant to the exam.  Water supply is one of […]

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Some possible questions – Many thanks to Danny O’Callaghan

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Maghreb revision

On May 22, 2011 By

Some final thoughts on the pre-release material.  Some revision questions will be posted on Monday

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Whilst there are organisations which have identified the possibilities of desert regions to provide all the energy need by the world’s population for the forseeable future the […]

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