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dc.contributor.authorAl-Sa'ed, Rashed
dc.contributor.authorAbu-Madi, Maher
dc.contributor.authorHeun, Jetze
dc.descriptionAlbatmah,Reem: Al-Jallad,Zeina:en_US
dc.description.abstractThis article describes the various capacity-building activities at the Institute of Environmental and Water Studies of Birzeit University during the past 10 years. It highlights the gained experience in advancing environmental science and engineering education and training programs as components of sustainable water and environmental management schemes. Furthermore, the major constraints faced, and future plans to sustain and enhance the capacity-building activities, are also introduced and discussed. Critical analysis of the past and ongoing educational and training programs provided clear evidence that environmental education and research capacity building in Palestine is still underutilized and threatened by a persistent lack of financial resources. The data presented should also be of interest to international agencies engaged in strengthening higher education
dc.publisherجامعة بيرزيت ، معهدالحقوقen_US
dc.subject.lccInstitute of Environmental and Water Studies . Birzeit University
dc.subject.lccEnvironmental engineering - Study and teaching (Higher) - Birzeit University - Palestine
dc.subject.lccEnvironmental sciences - Study and teaching - Research - Birzeit University - Palestine
dc.subject.lcshEnvironmental resources - Management - Study and teaching - Palestine
dc.subject.lcshSustainable development - Study and teaching - Palestine
dc.titleAdvancing environmental education and training for sustainable management of environmental resources in Palestineen_US
newfileds.general-subjectLaw and Judiciaryen_US
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