The following are video clips that relate to EcoPeace’s Water & Energy Nexus project
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung has cooperated with EcoPeace since 2015 to strengthen cooperation in the water- and energy-sector.
MNED interview of the Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian EcoPeace Middle East Country Directors at the time – Gidon Bromberg, Nada Majdalani and Munqeth Mehyar – about the proposed water energy nexus for the Middle East. The delegation were invited by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Palestinian Territories and toured through Europe, promoting the results of a pre-feasability study for the Middle-East on the water-renewable energy exchanges.
Member of European Parliament Elmar Brok speaking at the European Parliament event “A Water Energy Nexus for the Middle East and the Historic Experience of the European Coal and Steel Community”, calling for immediate action, before the window of opportunity closes.
EcoPeace 3 Directors interview regarding the Water & Energy Nexus project during their trip to Brussels, November 2017
EcoPeace – Water and Energy: Working Together For More Security – In the Middle East, the consequences of climate change are already a reality of life. The region is one of the most water-stressed areas in the world, the average temperature is rising faster than elsewhere, and a massive reduction in rainfall is also expected for the coming years. Adding to the conflicts and quarrels – ranging from the Israeli–Palestinian conflict to Syria and Iraq as well as to rivalries between Iran and the Gulf states – access to and use of natural resources act as yet another crisis amplifier in the region: water is as important here as land ownership and as precious as access to oil.