The way to achieve sustainable development is to reconnect with nature, not by setting international targets that are difficult to understand, according to a renowned Indian conservationist.
A new set of develo
Top leaders in sustainable development are set to highlight the crucial role of date in securing the future of the planet at an upcoming summit in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The second Eye on Earth Summit will run from Oc
CBRE Group, a leading commercial real estate service and investment firm, has finalised an agreement with Majid Al Futtaim, a leading shopping mall, retail and leisure pioneer across the Middle East and North Africa (Mena), to open Magic Planet
A 75-piece orchestra is set to perform an emotional and evocative musical score conducted by multi-award-winning composer George Fenton at the Blue Planet in Concert Live events in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi this December.
The 75-piece NSO Symphony Orchestra is set to perform an emotional and evocative musical score conducted by multi-award-winning composer George Fenton at the Blue Planet in Concert Live events in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi this December.
Dubai-based Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis (Inegma), a strategy and security consultancy, research house, and leading conference organiser in defense, security, and risk industries has entered into a joint venture with Orie
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is set to roll out its new signature InterContinental Planet Trekkers Menu, created exclusively for children, across its InterContinental Hotels and Resorts properties.
Astronomers have found a new planet, the closest yet outside our solar system and just an astronomical stone's throw away at four light years.
Researchers say it is too close to its sun to support life, with a surface temperat
Forget the diamond as big as the Ritz. This one's bigger than planet Earth. Orbiting a star that is visible to the naked eye, astronomers have discovered a planet twice the size of our own made largely out of diamond.
Bahrain's stargazers are in for a treat next Wednesday when the planet Venus will pass between the Earth and the Sun, meaning it will be visible as a small black dot for around two hours early morning.
It will not be seen again for 121 yea