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A Lebanese team has been awarded first prize in the "Innovate Green Competition," organized by U.N. Environment's West Asia Office under the slogan #SolveDifferent.A committee of experts from the U.N. Environment Program and the U.N. Industrial Development Organization judged the some 129 entries from 11 Arab countries, ahead of an awards ceremony held at the University of Bahrain Wednesday.They are taking serious steps to address environmental challenges," according to the U.N. agency's Twitter account.The Lebanese scientists are continuing their work in an attempt to develop standardized materials, in the hope of later working with the Agriculture Ministry to roll the product out nationwide and enable farmers to better handle their waste, Antonios said.
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