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The Energy, Water and Environment Community Project

The Energy, Water and Environment Community (EWE) programme is an international collaborative project involving, at LSE, the Centre for the Study of Global Governance (lead: Dr Pavel Seifter) and the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment (lead: Dr Michael Mason). EWE examines the prospects for environmental cooperation and integration in the Middle East - notably the governance of transboundary water resources and the capacity for regional integration in the use of renewable energy technologies. LSE coordinates the social scientific research of EWE, as well as providing administrative support for the network. Other EWE partners are leading regional research efforts addressing the scientific and technical challenges of two pilot projects at the heart of the programme - the Solar Energy Research & Development Project led by the Higher Council for Science and Research in Amman, and the Gaza Solar Energy/Desalination Project led by the Trans-Mediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme.

For further details see: LSE Global Governance - EWE|

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