Friday, July 30, 2021

Sudan Says Nile Water Level Stable Despite Ethiopia 2nd Dam Filling

A Sudanese official on Sunday said that no drop in the water level of the Blue Nile has been detected despite Ethiopia’s start of...

Somaliland: Steward of Mother Nature – Legend Hadraawi Forewarned Global Warming Last Century

Today, there are increasing warnings from scientists and other scholars specialized in environmental studies about the imminent danger of global warming caused by multiple...

Germany Floods: Officials Reject Criticism over Warnings as Number of Dead Across Country and...

Authorities claim emergency alerts were sent out but it is not clear how many sirens sounded to warn people. German officials have defended their anti-flooding...

The Irrefutable Link Between Climate Change And Conflict

The Notre Dame Global Adaptation Initiative Index measures a country’s climate change vulnerability against its capacity for resilience. War-torn states like Yemen, Mali, the...

Ethiopia: Public Raises Over 1.9 Billion Birr for GERD

Over 1.9 billion Birr has been secured from various income-generating schemes for the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) during the past...

Egypt May Be Looking for a Military Solution to Ethiopia Dam Dispute

Negative repercussions of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam may prompt the Sisi regime to take a tougher stance - but many challenges would follow Every...

Up to 410 Million People at Risk from Sea Level Rises – Study

Majority of land at risk from a 1-metre sea level rise is in the tropics, research finds Up to 410 million people will be living...

Somaliland: Solar Power and Microgrid Intelligence for an Urban Power Grid

As of April 2021, the citywide power grid supplying the city of Berbera, home to the largest port in the area, is being monitored...

NOAA’s “New Normal” Climate Report is Anything but Normal for U.S.

Just a quick glance at the new U.S. Climate Normals maps published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Tuesday is enough for most...

Solar and Wind Power Could Break the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Deadlock

For several years, political tensions between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt have been escalating in a conflict over the near-complete Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). The GERD...