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Georges Saad (Lebanon)

Georges Saad (Lebanon)
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Journalist. Specialities: Sustainability, local development, energy policies.
lebanon oil gas

Lebanon’s gas boom dead in the water?

Lebanon’s quest for gas and oil has so far yielded no meaningful results with the country’s first-ever offshore search for hydrocarbons throwing...
offshore oil lebanon

Lebanon: The next ‘oil-cursed’ country?

Late last month, a drillship anchored off Lebanon's coast started exploring for oil and gas raising hopes for a more prosperous economy,...
Lebanon Beirut protest Central Bank

Foreign support needed: Why always the same solution?

We have already been there. Several times. Asking for foreign support. Lebanese authorities are pretty desperate for solutions outside to support the...
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Lebanon: Railway would boost economic growth

Lebanon's sick from its atmospheric pollution, sick from its overpopulated highways, sick from its lack of alternatives. Yet, the patient should get...
kaslik pollution EDL bytheeast

Every breath you (shouldn’t) take… when in Beirut

Dear tourists, welcome to Beirut. A (strange) smell is in the air, you should probably worry. And don't think the same air...
beirut garbage crisis youstink 2016 david hury

Solid waste management in Lebanon: The new time bomb

We all know this inhuman mountain in Dora, north of Beirut. It's a time bomb. Solid waste management is an urgent need...
Lebanese and Syrian children learning side by side in Lebanon

What about the new UNICEF project to nurture children in Lebanon?

Children's need must come first. In a development which supports and nurture children, including their health, education, nutrition and child protection services,...
kaslik EDL electricity lebanon Barthelemy Leyconie

Fixing electricity in Lebanon: the clock is ticking

Everybody knows it: Lebanon's internal software has to be updated as soon as possible and starting the reform of its electricity sector...
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Syria: the thorny issue of food security

During wartime, what's on your plate doesn't matter as long as there is something on it. And sometimes, food can really be...
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Can Qatar really challenge Saudi Arabia’s influence over Lebanon?

Money always talks. Bilateral trade between Lebanon and Qatar grew by a record 48%: from $145,9 million in 2017 it rose to...