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What can ancient wisdom teach us about sustainability?

Projects in places like AlUla, Saudi Arabia are using ancient techniques to rejuvenate areas in need of sustainable development. Image: Unsplash / @mk189

Amr Al Madani

Chief Executive Officer, The Royal Commission for AlUla

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