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EAD launches pilot phase of its Sustainable Campus Initiative across Abu Dhabi universities

Posted on 04/06/2014

The Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi (EAD), in partnership with Borouge, have launched the pilot phase of the Sustainable Campus Initiative (SCI), an extension of former's award-winning environmental education programme, the Sustainable Schools Initiative (SSI). The Initiative encourages university students in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to take responsibility for their campus s ecological footprint. EAD will do this by teaching the students how to lead, how to measure and assess their campus s ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. hosts regional workshop on Nagoya Protocol

Posted on 02/06/2014

The Ministry of Environment and Water (MoEW) on Sunday hosted 'The Regional Workshop of Capacity Building for Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing', in collaboration with the Secretariat of Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), at City Seasons Suites Dubai. Hosting this workshop comes in line with MoEW strategic objectives to promote environmental sustainability though the development of initiatives, legislations and regulations to manage and protect ecosystems. Furthermore, this ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality opens exhibition to display re-purposed car-parts

Posted on 29/05/2014

Dubai Municipality Transport Department opened an exhibition for recycled car parts at its headquarters yesterday, an initiative which aims to raise social awareness on environmental protection by presenting ideas on how to turn car-parts into new products. The exhibition, which was inaugurated by Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director-General of Dubai Municipality, displays a collection of used car-parts which have been re-purposed to form new products and designs, like watches built from small ...  >>MORE

Minister of Environment and Water praises UAE leadership's interest in biodiversity

Posted on 22/05/2014

Dr. Rashid Ahmed bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water, on Wednesday praised the huge interest of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and Their Highnesses, Supreme Council Members and Rulers of the Emirates, in preserving biodiversity in UAE. "The commitment of UAE to protect, sustain and nurture biodiversity is a pillar of our environmental policy. Through ...  >>MORE

150 vehicles go green in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 14/05/2014

In August last year, the civic body fitted 25 of its cars with compressed natural gas (CNG) kits, which are now running on the streets of Abu Dhabi. The Abu Dhabi City Municipality has added 150 natural gas-powered vehicles to its fleet. In August last year, the civic body fitted 25 of its cars with compressed natural gas (CNG) kits, which are now running on the streets of Abu Dhabi. "A large number of these vehicles have actually been fitted and a large portion of them have been deployed ...  >>MORE

New species added to the global list of invertebrates after discovery on Abu Dhabi's Al Wathba Wetland Reserve

Posted on 13/05/2014

A new species has been added to the global list of invertebrates after it was unexpectedly discovered on Abu Dhabi's Al Wathba Wetland Reserve, during regular seasonal wildlife trapping carried out by researchers at the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD). The metallic-coloured Cuckoo Wasp (Hedychridium anithaae) measures just under 4 mms and has now been added to the list of hundreds of invertebrates already recorded on the reserve. "This discovery further enhances Al Wathba Wetland ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi City Municipality beefs up fleet by 150 CNG-powered vehicles

Posted on 11/05/2014

The Abu Dhabi City Municipality has added 150 natural gas-powered vehicles to its environment-friendly fleet as part of its strategic plan aimed conserving the environment, using clean energy sources, and measuring up to the international standards and requirements of sustainability. Othman Mohammed Sharif Fulathi, Director of Facilities and Security, Abu Dhabi City Municipality, said: "The new vehicles, powered by compressed natural gas (CNG), have been fitted with this technology in ...  >>MORE

UAE energises climate change debate

Posted on 08/05/2014

A UAE paper has said that climate change is an issue that affects every single life on the planet. With the negative impact of global warming overwhelmingly evident, world leaders should take seriously UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon's warning at the Abu Dhabi Ascent meeting that too many stakeholders are still "sitting on the fence." "It is a matter of great honour for the UAE that over 1,000 participants, including 100 government ministers, gathered in Abu Dhabi for the event, to chart new ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed receives top delegates to the high-level climate change meeting

Posted on 06/05/2014

His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, yesterday received at Al Bahr Palace a high-profile delegation of government, business and civil society leaders, who participated in the "Abu Dhabi Ascent 2014", a two-day high-level climate change meeting hosted by the UAE in partnership with the UN. The delegation, who were accompanied by Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Sultan Al Jaber, Minister of State and CEO of ...  >>MORE

'The race is on, it's time to lead', UN chief tells Abu Dhabi climate change event

Posted on 05/05/2014

From the tropics to the poles, from small islands to large continents, and from the poorest countries to the richest, climate change impacts are already widespread, costly and consequential, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said yesterday, urging stakeholders gathered in Abu Dhabi to consider concrete actions to tackle the phenomenon now - before it is too late. "Climate change is the defining issue of our time. If we do not take urgent action, all our plans for increased global prosperity and ...  >>MORE

Abdullah bin Zayed highlights the need to consolidate efforts to address challenges of climate change

Posted on 05/05/2014

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, has highlighted the need to consolidate efforts and work as a team to address the challenges of climate change. In his speech during the High-Level Meeting on Climate Change "Abu Dhabi Ascent", which began yesterday in the Al Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Abdullah stressed the UAE's firm belief in the importance of teamwork and multilateral initiatives, "as no country can work by itself to face the repercussions of climate ...  >>MORE

Gore optimistic about limiting climate change

Posted on 05/05/2014

The heat energy trapped by carbon emissions and pollutants across the globe every day is equal to exploding 400,000 nuclear bombs similar to the one dropped in Hiroshima during the Second World War, Al Gore, former US vice-president and chairman of the Climate Reality Project, said at the Abu Dhabi Ascent summit on Sunday. Speaking at the opening session of the two-day high-level meeting attended by leaders from government, business and civil society across the world, Gore said that within six ...  >>MORE

Energy Ministry announces submission of Abu Dhabi's bid file to host World Energy Congress 2019

Posted on 05/05/2014

The UAE Ministry of Energy announced in a press conference yesterday the submission of UAE's bid file to host the World Energy Congress (WEC) of 2019 in its 24th version. The Conference is a platform for discussing energy challenges bringing together the largest elite group of experts, decision-makers and key players in the global energy sector worldwide. Voting for the hosting country is due to take place in Colombia during October 2014. In the event Abu Dhabi wins the bid to host the ...  >>MORE

UN Secretary General joined by Al Gore, Tony Blair and Felipe Calderon at Abu Dhabi Ascent

Posted on 04/05/2014

The United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will be joined by former US Vice President Al Gore, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and former President of Mexico Felipe Calderon, at the "Abu Dhabi Ascent" - a high-level climate change meeting to be attended by government, business and civil society leaders. Over 75 cabinet-level government ministers will participate in the meeting, which plays a pivotal role in mobilising action in advance of the Climate Summit, to be hosted by Ban ...  >>MORE

Statement by H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan on the occasion of Abu Dhabi Ascent

Posted on 04/05/2014

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Foreign Minister, has affirmed that UAE's hosting of 'Abu Dhabi Ascent' meeting in Abu Dhabi tomorrow Sunday in preparation for a climate summit to be held for heads of state in New York, U.S.A. in September this year, is tribute to the central role UAE now plays in supporting practical actions to address climate change. H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, in a statement on the occasion of Abu Dhabi Ascent, said, "Our contribution is based on a combination ...  >>MORE

United Nations chief hails UAE efforts on climate change

Posted on 30/04/2014

UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, has praised the UAE for its efforts in mitigating the effects of global climate change. "The UAE is emerging as a leader of a diverse energy economy,” he added. "I count on other countries to follow the UAE's example and to pursue the many untapped... opportunities to help control the global climate change. The longer we delay, the more we will pay — the sooner we act, the greater the benefits to people and the planet.” The Secretary-General made these ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi organises Middle East’s first Eco- Club Summit

Posted on 30/04/2014

Kelvin Doe, a 15 year-old from Sierra Leone, amazed the world when he built his own radio station at the age of 13. He is one of the speakers at the Eco Club Summit, the first summit of its kind in the Middle East, organised by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD). Inaugurated on Tuesday, the two-day summit is hosting around 330 students and 110 teachers from 120 schools in Abu Dhabi. Mohammad Nabeel Al Beloushi, a 17 year-old Emirati environmental activist, will speak at the summit ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency Abu Dhabi engages thousands of students in ‘reducing the foodprint'

Posted on 24/04/2014

The number of participating students from public and private schools and universities in the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi's 2014 edition of its Annual Environment Competition (AEC) has dramatically increased, reflecting a fourteen-fold increase in the number of entries within thirteen years. The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) launched the competition in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC), encouraging all public and private schools and universities across the UAE ...  >>MORE

Green Cities reflects UAE Vision 2021, says Minister of Environment

Posted on 22/04/2014

UAE Environment and Water Minister Dr. Rashid Ahmed bin Fahd has stressed that the green cities enjoy huge support nationwide, as they reflect clearly the UAE Vision 2021, National Agenda and the UAE Strategy for Green Development, as well as endorsed local and federal strategic visions and plans. He said in a statement on World Earth Day, which corresponds with 22nd April, under the theme: "Green Cities", that the cities and urban centres play a critical role in achieving the sustainable ...  >>MORE

World green economy summit closes with clear pathway to making Dubai capital of the green economy by 2021

Posted on 17/04/2014

The World Green Economy Summit ("WGES"), the first Summit focused on "green business" in the region, concluded yesterday, with a closing session which provided a platform for determining the way for Dubai to become capital of the world's green economy in line with the goals of the UAE's Vision 202. Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Vice Chairman, Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and CEO, DEWA said: "The inaugural World Green Economy Summit has been very successful and generated many new partnerships, ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's sustainable development efforts highlighted at World Urban Forum in Colombia

Posted on 17/04/2014

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) has recently participated in the 7th World Urban Forum (WUF), in Medellin, Colombia. The forum is considered the largest event on Sustainable Urban Development in the world and is organised biannually by the United Nations Human Settlements Programme, also known as UN-Habitat. Attended by around 13,000 international delegates representing 160 countries, this year's theme focused on Urban Equity in Development - Cities for Life and highlighted the ...  >>MORE

Plastic waste turns a death trap for animals in UAE

Posted on 16/04/2014

Deaths of wild animals caused by their by ingesting discarded waste, especially plastics, is increasing in the UAE's deserts as the discarded rubbish is reaching epidemic proportions, underlining the need for more deterrent measures, according to prominent UAE-based scientist, Dr. Ulli Wernery. "You have plastic in your stomach, it disintegrates slowly and releases a lot of different poisons and then it damages and destroys mainly the intestines and the liver," Dr. Wernery, who is the ...  >>MORE

First 'eco' fashion show in the region launched

Posted on 11/04/2014

The distinctive Eco Fashion of the UAE Green Festival has been launched at Abu Dhabi Mall in the presence of Arab celebrity Dima Aljundi, where renowned designers showcased their latest eco-friendly designs which have been produced according to sustainable standards using recyclable materials. The first-of-its-kind event in the region runs for four successive days and hosts leading eco-friendly fashion brands enabling visitors to enjoy a "green" shopping experience through a set of ...  >>MORE

Carbon emissions in UAE set to fall by 2021

Posted on 03/04/2014

Air quality in the UAE is set to become healthier by 2021 as authorities are carrying out a number of initiatives to reduce its ranking from being one of the highest emitters of carbon dioxide per capita. "In 2013, the United Nations certified Dubai as having reduced 1.5 million tonnes and, by 2021, we aim to use 24 per cent of clean energy to power the emirate,” said Waleed Salman, Executive Vice-President of Strategy and Business Development, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa). ...  >>MORE

UAE has impressive leadership track record in creating solutions to reduce emissions, says Al Jaber

Posted on 28/03/2014

Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Sultan Al Jaber, Minister of State, has stressed that the UAE has an impressive track record of leadership in creating solutions to reduce emissions and generate economic and social opportunities, and that Abu Dhabi Ascent, to be held in May, is a significant marker for global efforts to tackle emission targets for a greener planet. In an article published yesterday in local newspapers, Dr. Sultan Al Jaber said that the world's focus is once again turning to the global ...  >>MORE

Going green with UAE environmental festival

Posted on 17/03/2014

The UAE will be green for the next four weeks after the first environmentally friendly festival of its kind was launched in the capital on Sunday. The month-long UAE Green Festival 2014 aims to promote a more eco-conscious lifestyle among Emiratis and expatriates. On the first day 33 trees and more than 1,000 flowers were planted in Khalidyah Park with the help of staff from Abu Dhabi Municipality. "We are proud to celebrate sustainability and launch the first festival of its kind in the UAE ...  >>MORE

Industrial Development Bureau and Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi sign cooperation agreement

Posted on 13/03/2014

The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, Industrial Development Bureau (IDB) and the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD) have signed a cooperation agreement on the assessment, licensing and reviewing of preliminary environmental studies for industrial establishments and projects in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The agreement was signed at the premises of Abu Dhabi Economic Media Club, by Mohammed Omar Abdullah the Undersecretary of the Department of Economic Development and Razan Khalifa ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency Abu Dhabi and BP strengthen partnership

Posted on 25/02/2014

To strengthen their investment in environmental education, the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) and BP have signed a four-year agreement which will see both organisations continue to work together towards creating positive environmental impact at schools through EAD's Sustainable Schools Initiative (SSI). The SSI or "Al Madaris Al Mustadama," which is conceived and implemented by EAD, with the support of the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC), targets all government and private schools in ...  >>MORE

UAE Minister of Environment inaugurates GPCA's Waste Free Environment campaign in Dubai

Posted on 21/02/2014

Dr. Rashid Ahmed Bin Fahad, UAE Minister of Environment has opened the Dubai leg of the Waste Free Environment (WFE) campaign in Dubai's Mina Al Hamriya. This is the second edition of the WFE campaign which is taking place in eight other cities in all the GCC countries. In 2013, the event saw the participation of over 2,500 volunteers who collected 10,000 kilograms of waste across six cities in the region. "Since sustainability is a key component of the UAE's vision for the future, ...  >>MORE

Bee’ah to make Sharjah no-waste place by first quarter of next year

Posted on 17/02/2014

Bee'ah manages the Middle East's largest Material Recovery Facility at a capacity to process 500,000 tonnes of waste per year. Automatic Restaurant on Buheirah Corniche Street is what you have to look out for when trying to locate the head office of Bee'ah, the environment and waste management company in Sharjah with near celebrity status. The Bee'ah office has a partial rubber flooring made of recycled tyres at the entrance and is therefore, in many ways, more green than the green of the ...  >>MORE

UAE economy has all factors needed to go green: Bin Fahd

Posted on 04/02/2014

The UAE's sound policies under the vision of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan on diversification of sources of income and energy mix, deployment of innovation, technology and advanced practices and consideration of the environmental impact in development plans have had far-reaching impact on adoption of the green economy, Dr. Rashid Ahmed bin Fahd, Minister of Environment and Water, has said. The UAE, he asserted, is well on track to transform its national economy into ...  >>MORE

Breathe easy: UAE's household air quality is best in the world

Posted on 01/02/2014

UAE among 29 countries that score a perfect 100 in household air quality The UAE's household air quality ranks No. 1 in the world according to a Yale University study that assessed 178 nations on various parameters for its 2014 Environmental Performance Index (EPI). With an overall score of 72.91 out of 100, the UAE ranks at No. 25 on Yale's EPI 2014, which ranks 178 countries across the world on the basis of their air quality, status of biodiversity and water and sanitation across 14 key ...  >>MORE

UAE's Vision 2021 on sustainable development resonates with UN's Green Economy initiative

Posted on 01/02/2014

In its efforts to incorporate sustainable development through a sustainable and diversified economy within the United Arab Emirates Vision 2021 framework, the Ministry of Environment '&' Water is pleased to host The 1st Global Conference partnership for Action on Green Economy conference on 4-5 March in Dubai. To be held under the patronage of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the conference is a joint initiative by the UAE ...  >>MORE

Minister of Environment and Water launches UAE celebrations on 17th National Environment Day

Posted on 31/01/2014

Under the patronage of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Dr. Rashid Ahmed bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water, yesterday launched the UAE celebrations on the occasion of the 17th National Environment Day, which is being held under the slogan "Green Economy .. Innovation and Sustainability." During a press conference held yesterday in Masdar City, Abu Dhabi, Dr. bin Fahad said that the efforts to protect the environment and its development in the UAE has the ...  >>MORE

Burj Al Arab awarded Green Globe Certification by Farnek

Posted on 27/01/2014

The luxurious Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai has been awarded international Green Globe Certification (GGC) following a comprehensive sustainability audit conducted by Dubai-based consultancy Farnek, GGC's preferred partner in the Middle East. Repeatedly voted the world's most luxurious hotel, Burj Al Arab consists of 202 duplex suites with personal butler service, chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce and helicopter airport transfers. The hotel can now add the Green Globe certification to its long list ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi's Air Quality Standardisation Unit receives international accreditation

Posted on 31/12/2013

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi's (EAD) Air Quality Laboratory has received ISO-17025 accreditation from the National Association of Testing Authorities in Australia - making it the first laboratory in the UAE to receive accreditation in the field of calibration of air quality monitoring gases, mixtures and instruments. The work conducted at the laboratory is now officially recognised under international best practice for quality control testing and procedures. One of EAD's strategic ...  >>MORE

UAE residents plant 315 indigenous trees in Ras Al Khaimah through EEG's Recycling Campaigns

Posted on 22/12/2013

Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) has organized a "Tree Planting Drive" in the Emirate of Ras Al Khamiah at the Al Jazeera Landfill staged under the banner of the 12th edition of its Clean Up UAE Campaign. EEG's efforts have been aimed at helping the regional environment as a whole. EEG has uniquely bridged two of its programmes connecting waste management with tree planting and encouraging participants to be engaged in both these pro environmental initiatives. During the event, eco-friendly ...  >>MORE

UAE devises green strategy to unify existing policies

Posted on 18/12/2013

A road map for a cleaner and greener UAE is ready and will be presented to the Cabinet next week. The National Green Growth Strategy aims to unify the seven emirates' environment policies and develop initiatives in seven key sectors across the country. "This week we had our last committee meeting,” said Dr Rashid bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water. "This week or the next, we will present it to the Cabinet. "Last year we had a national dialogue with all sectors on ways to transform ...  >>MORE

Dubai intends to be the most sustainable city by 2020

Posted on 17/12/2013

Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director-General of Dubai Municipality, said the civic body is working hard to make the city of Dubai one of the top ten sustainable cities in the world by 2020, implementing the green building regulations and related orders in line with the strategic vision and goals of the Dubai Government. These comments came when the Director-General was speaking about the plans of Dubai Municipality in preparation to host EXPO 2020, when he said, "We are obliged to fulfil our word ...  >>MORE

Over 100 satellite images show environmental change over time in the Arab region

Posted on 11/12/2013

The pace of environmental change in the Arab region seems to be more rapid than in the rest of the world due to the pace of economic and social development, according to the UNEP atlas for the Arab region, released yesterday. The United Nations Environment Programme, UNEP, and the Abu Dhabi Global Environmental Data Initiative, AGEDI, supported by the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD), released "The Arab Region: Atlas of Our Changing Environment". The atlas examines the environmental ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid plants first salt-tolerant red mangrove on Sir Bani Yas Island

Posted on 09/12/2013

Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum yesterday planted the first red mangrove tree on the Sir Bani Yas Island. A bird sanctuary as well as a wildlife reserve, the island is one of Abu Dhabi's largest islands on the Arabian Gulf. Sheikh Mohammed planted the evergreen tree, which lives in saline, wet habitats, during his visit to the island to chair a two-day cabinet retreat to discuss suggestions for developing ...  >>MORE

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EAD launches pilot phase of its Sustainable Campus Initiative across Abu Dhabi universities


U.A.E. hosts regional workshop on Nagoya Protocol


Dubai Municipality opens exhibition to display re-purposed car-parts


Minister of Environment and Water praises UAE leadership's interest in biodiversity


150 vehicles go green in Abu Dhabi


New species added to the global list of invertebrates after discovery on Abu Dhabi's Al Wathba Wetland Reserve


Abu Dhabi City Municipality beefs up fleet by 150 CNG-powered vehicles


UAE energises climate change debate


Mohamed bin Zayed receives top delegates to the high-level climate change meeting


'The race is on, it's time to lead', UN chief tells Abu Dhabi climate change event


Abdullah bin Zayed highlights the need to consolidate efforts to address challenges of climate change


Gore optimistic about limiting climate change


Energy Ministry announces submission of Abu Dhabi's bid file to host World Energy Congress 2019


UN Secretary General joined by Al Gore, Tony Blair and Felipe Calderon at Abu Dhabi Ascent


Statement by H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan on the occasion of Abu Dhabi Ascent


United Nations chief hails UAE efforts on climate change


Abu Dhabi organises Middle East’s first Eco- Club Summit


Environment Agency Abu Dhabi engages thousands of students in ‘reducing the foodprint'


Green Cities reflects UAE Vision 2021, says Minister of Environment


World green economy summit closes with clear pathway to making Dubai capital of the green economy by 2021


Abu Dhabi's sustainable development efforts highlighted at World Urban Forum in Colombia


Plastic waste turns a death trap for animals in UAE


First 'eco' fashion show in the region launched


Carbon emissions in UAE set to fall by 2021


UAE has impressive leadership track record in creating solutions to reduce emissions, says Al Jaber


Going green with UAE environmental festival


Industrial Development Bureau and Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi sign cooperation agreement


Environment Agency Abu Dhabi and BP strengthen partnership


UAE Minister of Environment inaugurates GPCA's Waste Free Environment campaign in Dubai


Bee’ah to make Sharjah no-waste place by first quarter of next year


UAE economy has all factors needed to go green: Bin Fahd


Breathe easy: UAE's household air quality is best in the world


UAE's Vision 2021 on sustainable development resonates with UN's Green Economy initiative


Minister of Environment and Water launches UAE celebrations on 17th National Environment Day


Burj Al Arab awarded Green Globe Certification by Farnek


Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi's Air Quality Standardisation Unit receives international accreditation


UAE residents plant 315 indigenous trees in Ras Al Khaimah through EEG's Recycling Campaigns


UAE devises green strategy to unify existing policies


Dubai intends to be the most sustainable city by 2020


Over 100 satellite images show environmental change over time in the Arab region


Mohammed bin Rashid plants first salt-tolerant red mangrove on Sir Bani Yas Island