About Sara Haddou Amar

Dr. Sara Haddou Amar is Doctor-Engineer and a Researcher. She graduated from Ibn Tofail University (Department of Mathematics). She holds also the position of Morocco representative at the International Youth Federation (IYF). Her current main research perspectives include artificial intelligence and automation of the decision process, Renewable Energy (optimization, Production and transmission networks) and Sustainable Development. Sara has a deep interest in promoting awareness regarding the SDGs (especially ecological and environmental issues), education and youth/women empowerment.

Morocco-Nigeria Gas Pipeline: Smart Move for Economy or an Environmental Disaster

An ambitious project concerning energy industry in Africa between Morocco and Nigeria was set to be constructed to enhance the acceleration of electrification projects across the West African region. The objective of Morocco-Nigeria pipeline project is aimed at creation of a competitive regional market of electricity, and to connect gas resources from Nigeria to West African countries including Morocco. The pipeline project will be approximately 5,660-km long and its construction works will be in phases covering 25 years. After feasibility studies in 2017, the two countries opted for a combined onshore-offshore route to build the pipeline. The two countries are … Continue reading

Why We Need to Stop Using Fossil Fuels? Understanding the True Impact

Fossil fuels have a wide range of applications including generation of electricity, transport fuels, making products like plastics, cosmetics, and even certain medicines. But why scientists and environmentalist are fighting to end the use of fossil fuels and promoting solar and wind energy instead? The damage that fossil fuel cause to the environment is affecting the entire ecosystem. The impact is disastrous and haunting for the health of our planet. These damages are in some cases easy to see and evaluate such as pollution and land degradation. However, the damage can take various forms and be hidden and difficult to measure such … Continue reading

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