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Nadine Mazloum

Nadine Mazloum is an Australian-born, Beirut-bred independent multimedia journalist, editor, and blogger. She most recently worked as news editor and resident blogger for the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation International [LBCI] and has held several positions with well-known media outlets both locally and internationally. Her work appears online on her personal blog, NewsroomNomad. Passionate about human stories and sustainability, Nadine strives to continuously shed light on topics that contribute to the betterment of society.

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Latest posts by Nadine Mazloum

16 January 2017

Lebanon’s Seaside Dump Threatens Not Only the Environment, But Also Airplanes

"To solve this problem they must shut down the Costa Brava landfill and fix the Ghadir River problem from the root. Anything short of that just won’t do."

7 October 2016

For Lebanon’s Elderly, the Ongoing Garbage Crisis Is a Tight Noose

Lebanon's most vulnerable are paying the ultimate price for the country's waste crisis.