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Marine biologists have long marvelled at the resilience of Red Sea coral to withstand rising temperatures. New initiatives have been drafted to utilise their strength as a way to protect aquatic environments across the region and the world.
A number of Arab countries were reliant on tourism before the disastrous COVID pandemic hit in January 2020. Two years on, these countries are faced with a catch-22: deter tourism to prevent climate catastrophe or entice tourism to aid growth.
Increasingly volatile climates have stunted honey production in the Gaza Strip, further hindering a long-practised tradition. With the profession threatened, and the Gazan authorities unwilling to aid, the future of Palestinian beekeeping is at stake
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?
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?
Propaganda or genuine concern? From al-Qaeda to the Taliban, armed groups have long been pushing demands for environmental protections, while they slaughter civilians, writes Austin Bodetti.