Water security has become a national matter in the MENA region where 12 of the 17 most water-stressed countries in the world are located. So what strategies are being employed by the GCC states to counter this threat?
As Afghanistan has lurched from conflict to conflict, one institution has stood strong: pomegranates, perhaps the country's most delicious export. However, climate change threatens this rare bright spot in the struggling Afghan economy.
As the most prominent representative of the Arab world in the international community, can the Arab League yield major results for a region struggling with desertification, water scarcity, and other environmental issues?
Gaza's reliance against Israel's bombardments is well-known, but human costs of the Israeli blockade are prolonged by a environmental landscape struggling to be revived. As arguably Gaza's most reliable life-source, what will happen next?
Despite discussions among GCC members to formalise an action plan to tackle climate change, there are certain unavoidable truths that the Gulf states must face. With water scarcity, pollution and sea levels on the rise, what lies ahead?
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.