In another episode of Beirut Talks, activist and environmental engineer Ziad Abi Chaker discusses the pressing environmental issues that will “stop being important once we stop needing to breathe” and highlights how using sustainable solutions under a green economy can help Lebanon navigate some of the repercussions of the ongoing economic crisis.
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