Tags : green

DEWA receives the platinum rating

DUBAI: Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has inaugurated the world’s first mosque to receive the platinum rating for green buildings by the Leadership for Energy and Environmental Design (LEED v4) from the US Green Buildings Council (USGBC) with 83 points. The mosque in Hatta can accommodate more than 600 worshippers on an area of […]...Read More

UAE’s Green Target for 2030: reduce greenhouse gas emissions by

UAE Green Target for 2030: reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 23.5%, increase clean power capacity to 14 GW, plant 30 million mangrove seedlings, adopt climate-smart agricultural methods, and promote sustainable production and consumption. UAE highlights carbon emission reduction strategies at climate negotiations in the run-up to COP26 Dubai: A UAE climate negotiation team, presided over […]...Read More

Green Aerospace – more than a fanciful hope

A Perfect Storm of Disruptive Space Innovations, Block chain, Libonomy, Revolutionary Processes and Critical Business Considerations. Space, the final frontier, but at the beginning fringes of it, enable us to facilitate and enhance the related functions and services on earth. We go to space not only to explore and discover new worlds but to position ourselves […]...Read More

Gamers…Go Green!!

Razer, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, announced a far-reaching, long-term commitment to a 10-year environmental roadmap. Under the #GoGreenWithRazer banner, the program will help preserve nature and protect the environment – ensuring a cleaner, greener world for future generations. New targets include the use of 100% renewable energy by 2025, all products to […]...Read More

Earth Hour 2021 calls for urgent action to set nature

ABU DHABI – On Saturday, 27th March at 20:30 UAE time, Emirates Nature-WWF is inviting the UAE community to virtually participate in Earth Hour, one of the largest global grassroots movements for the environment, which will bring together millions of people, businesses, and leaders to shine a spotlight on the urgent need to address nature […]...Read More

MENA is among the fastest-growing regions in renewable energy- TRENDS

“With 12.6% growth, MENA is among the fastest-growing regions in renewable energy. However, its total capacity stands at 23 GW, which is only 1 percent of global production.” ABU DHABI, March 17 – The alternative concept of the circular economy, supporting technology to become commercially feasible, and the complexity surrounding energy transition were some of […]...Read More

Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan: Dubai the world’s best city

New Master Plan aims to make Dubai the world’s best city to live and work in People-centric Plan focuses on resilience, happiness and quality of life of citizens, residents and visitors Dubai 2040 Master Plan to provide a wide diversity of new lifestyle and investment opportunities over the next 20 years Plan to support growth […]...Read More

Lush ‘Mangrove Beach’ opens in Umm Al Quwain

The “Mangrove Beach” in Khor Al Yeefrah, Umm Al Quwain, opened to visitors from around the emirates Sunday. The Department of Tourism and Antiquities of Umm Al Quwain is continuing to prepare for the official inauguration of the beach, which is the first of its kind in the emirate with aims to foster eco-tourism and […]...Read More

Bolivian forest home to 20 new species, extinct biodiversity, say

Deep within the rugged steeps of Bolivia’s Zongo Valley, at the heart of the world’s longest mountain range Andes, thrive an array of lush, well-preserved habitats. And in a stunning discovery, scientists have stumbled upon 20 new species who call these forests their home, alongside sightings of some 1,204 plants and animals thought lost to […]...Read More

In a year of losses, the Earth reaps some wins

A year of turbulence, of tragedy, a year that tested resolve and grit, that pushed nations and their people to take a knee before its overwhelming onslaught. The buckling challenges of pandemic aside, the world has been lashed with natural furies from raging wildfires devouring the Australian landscape, to shrieking hurricanes leaving a crumbling Central […]...Read More