About Dina Ala’Eddin

Dina Ala’Eddin is the Youth and Environment Program Officer at Princess Basma Youth Resource Center (PBYRC), which is one of the executive arms of Jordan's top NGO Jordan Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD). At PBYRC, she supervises environmental awareness projects among youth in different governorates of Jordan. She is also associated with EcoMENA as an Eco-Volunteer. Dina holds Master’s degree in Environmental Technology and Management from Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT) in cooperation with Royal Scientific Society (RSS) and a consortium of environmental institutes in Switzerland.

Industrial Symbiosis Prospects in Jordan

In a developing country, such as Jordan, with a relatively emerging economy and limited natural resources, the industrial sector expends more effort than developed countries and even more than developing countries that are rich in natural resources. In such a situation industries should look into finding solutions to sustain their existence, which is not confined to keeping their production lines running and making profit, but it goes beyond that, it goes to a whole way of thinking a way that integrates the surrounding environment and that confirms on the industrial sector responsibility toward the environment, the home of its raw material. Basically, this … Continue reading

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