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

A general view of the downtown area of the Jordanian capital near the Grand Husseini mosque in Amman January 21, 2014. Brisk trading has returned to the bustling area, the scene of weekly anti-government protests inspired by the wave of Arab revolts that have now subsided. REUTERS/Muhammmad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS SOCIETY RELIGION) - GM1EA1M00A201

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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The Ta'la Al-Ali mosque stands in the Khalda neighbourhood of Amman, Jordan, September 25, 2018.
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 Students at the Al Hoffaz academy pose on school stairs in Amman, Jordan, September 25, 2018.
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