Future of the Environment

Jordan's capital is creating green mosques and schools to tackle emissions

Amman's goal is to become a carbon neutral city by 2050. Image: REUTERS/Muhammmad Hamed

Adela Suliman

EMEA Editorial Assistant , Reuters

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