https://www.aqualonis.com/ Secondly, also a water related topic, I listened to a presentation about the Khattara in Morocco. Khattara is a system of artificial underground galeries (like canals) that were constructed from 1000 years ago to enlarge arable surface area in desert territories via the creation of oasis. This country is one of the last that still owns this ecologic kind of water transportation and approximately 300 000 people are still benefiting from its presence. Now, people are looking to restore this masterpiece to have a better productivity of the galeries and to help habitants irrigate their lands to keep them in region. In addition of the water topic, I met dynamic and passionate young people from the company Pik ala who promote recycling. They collect old bikes from the Netherlands, then repair and offer them to habitants of Morocco to enable them to move. They also hold bike repair workshops or organised tours to promote green transportation in Morocco. http://pikalabikes.com/ I hope you appreciate my subjects today. Good evening !]]>
Water and Bikes
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