With the scarcity of the GCC's oil reserves increasingly evident, Gulf states have begun diversifying their energy sources. In a region where sunshine is abundant, solar and 'green hydrogen' energies have been identified as the way forward.
After the destruction of the critical Tabqa Dam in the Civil War, residents of Raqqa have turned to the alternative of solar energy to power their city. In the face of adversity, Raqqa's ingenuity has guaranteed the return of some form of normalcy.
With the 2019 Revolution bringing about systematic societal upheaval in Sudan, another encouraging by-product has been Sudan's newfound enthusiasm for environmental protection & conservation. We analyse their progress in enacting sustainable change.
Political violence has led to frequent blackouts, forcing the country's residents to innovate. To meet the ever-increasing demands of energy consumption, a growing number of Libyans have adopted solar power.
İbrahim Özdemir, one of Turkey's most prominent environmentalists, believes that the growing number of Muslim environmentalists can find inspiration for their aggressive campaign against global warming from Islam itself.