Environment

All over the world, more and more people are sounding the alarm to protect the environment. From the air we breathe to the food on our plates, environmental issues have never been more urgent.
Environment
What is at stake at Cop26?
| 16 November 2021 | 10 minutes
To understand what is at stake during the COP26, which is currently being held in Glasgow until November 12, 2021, inkyfada reviews the key issues in the fight against climate change, and takes stock of the commitments announced by the member states.
Environment
At COP26, climate finance is a matter of justice
| 10 November 2021 | 5 minutes
At COP26, the countries of the South are calling for the establishment of a financial framework to help them cope with the consequences of climate change. As the end of the conference approaches, negotiations remain tense and hopes of finding a satisfactory consensus are diminishing.
Environment
Sewage Dumping in the Southern Suburbs of Tunis: A Sea of Excrement
| 08 October 2021 | 5 minutes
For more than two decades, the beaches in the southern suburbs of Tunis have seen regular swimming bans due to high levels of pollution. What exactly do these waters contain? Inkyfada has had access to water analyses that detail the nature of this marine pollution, and the associated risks it poses to humans and biodiversity.
Environment
Pesticides: Toxic Exports From the EU to Tunisia
| 08 July 2021 | 7 minutes
In 2018, Tunisia imported more than 240 tonnes of agricultural pesticides that are either banned or severely restricted within the European Union. Inkyfada examines the current situation, based on a database compiled by Greenpeace UK and Public Eye.
Environment
Borj Essalhi: The High Costs of Wind Turbines
| 20 April 2021 | 5 minutes
On March 4, 2021, a negotiation meeting was held between the Tunisian Company of Electricity and Gas (STEG) and the inhabitants of the village of Borj Essalhi in Cap Bon. At the heart of the dispute was the construction of the Sidi Daoud wind farm that took place more than 20 years ago, as it consequently has led to numerous injustices according to the residents. Inkyfada reports.  
Environment
"There is no way for us to compete with these giants": Small-scale farming, an industry at the brink of extinction
| 12 November 2020 | 10 minutes
"I just couldn't go on in the same way. I had 12,000 dinars in debt, so I ended up abandoning it all." Merely in his early thirties, Hosni Ghanay is a former farmer from Douar Gharghiz, near Jendouba. In the region and elsewhere, many farmers express that they feel powerless in the face of an agricultural structure that suffocates them.
Display more content