Menjez: From Megalithic Societies to Beit Al-Tourath

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Megalith /ˈmɛɡəlɪθ/ Is this the type of construction that resembles Stonehenge, where great stones are used without mortar or concrete to build a monument or a structure? There definitely should be a mistake; we do not have such structures in Lebanon. Or do we? Menjez is a village in Akkar, in the north of Lebanon, […]

The New Mountain Explorers – Virtual Games and Activities

How can you nurture a child’s appreciation of nature? How can they learn that when a mountain is destroyed, it’s irreversible? One answer is to teach them. For parents and teachers who want Lebanese children to understand what a wonder the Lebanese Mountains are, the Lebanon Mountain Trail Association has created a new online learning […]

Clean Energy: Harvesting the Lebanese Sun, Water and Air

If you ask Lebanese citizens about their sweetest dreams and their most dreadful nightmares, the answer for many would be about electricity. Many factors have led to this situation in which we have a drastic shortage of electric power production and distribution in Lebanon: long years of war and lack of investment in the energy […]