Tags : sustainability

Brazil pavilion clocks one million visitors

Dubai: Brazil today said its pavilion at the Expo 2020 clocked one million visitors since the start of the global event in October, opening up significant opportunities for the country to showcase business and investment potential to trade visitors and leisure and tourism attractions to general visitors. “We are very much buoyed by the rising […]...Read More

Malaysia Sustainable Agri commodity Week At Dubai 2020 Expo

Dubai: Understanding the global demand for sustainable Agricommodities, the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC), as the Platinum Premier Partner for Malaysia Pavilion in Dubai 2020 Expo, is showcasing Malaysia’s journey, efforts, and initiatives towards sustainable Agri commodity sector. The Agricommodity sector is one of Malaysia’s main economic drivers, contributing significantly to the national […]...Read More

UAE Consumers prioritise sustainable shopping as per a new survey

DUBAI: UAE consumers are leading the way globally in prioritising sustainability as a food and drink mandate, a new survey by Bord Bia revealed. Bord Bia, the Irish food board, explored purchasing habits across 13 countries to better understand how different markets are responding to these changes. The pandemic has inadvertently accelerated a shift in […]...Read More

If you love a cup of joe, Expo 2020 Dubai’s

DUBAI:  Not only can visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai see the best parts of the 192 participating countries, but they can taste some of the best cups of coffee the world has to offer. You can find some of the most esteemed brews across the site. These are 10 favourite hotspots where you can get […]...Read More

Looking at the past towards a sustainable smart future

DUBAI: Estonia is proving that when its comes to creating a sustainable future, some solutions may lie in the past. Materials used for centuries can still help to shape the buildings of tomorrow. For example, clay is a natural material used for thousands of years to build homes, and even fortresses and castles. It still […]...Read More