Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the Emirate's dedicated entity for heritage, arts and culture, has been announced the winner of the Government Green IT Initiative of the Year 2016 at the .Gov Dubai & Northern Emirates A
Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, a luxurious, stylish five-star property located in the heart of Dubai, has been recertified by Green Globe for the second year in a row and achieved an outstanding compliance score of 87 per cent.
Toyota Mirai was declared the 2016 World Green Car recently at the New York International Auto Show.
In order to win the award, tailpipe emissions, fuel consumption and use of a major advanced power plant
Danube Building Materials, a part of Danube Group, is showcasing its 'green products' portfolio at the ongoing 11th edition of Dubai WoodShow, which concludes tomorrow (April 6) at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel Dubai has received the Green Globe Certificate for the third consecutive year after having met the strict requirements set by Green Globe Standard 1.7.
The hotel achieved an exceptional score of 80 per ce
Minor Hotel Group (MHG) has moved to cement itself as one of the global leaders in sustainable tourism by implementing the Green Growth 2050 (GG2050) sustainability solution.
MHG has committed its 35 resorts and hotels under the A
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has paid 720 million Moroccan dirhams ($71.8 million) backing Morocco's green plan programme, according to a report.
It is part of a 1.4 billion Moroccan di
Green Valley International Real Estate, a leading real estate company in the region, has launched two projects worth Dh620 million ($168.7 million) in Morocco and Bosnia, spreading its footprint across the globe.
The Green Division of Innovations Unlimited ME (IUME) has launched a new corporate identity to support its goal of reinforcing market position in the area of renewable energy solutions.
The division, afte
The Green Climate Fund made progress in closing administrative and policy gaps at a meeting in South Korea this week, and now faces the uphill task of allocating $2.5 billion this year for projects to tackle climate change, experts said.