Installing solar panels in the Sahara desert in North Africa could provide renewable energy to millions of Europeans at low cost to the environment.
The development of a thriving private sector is essential to driving sustainable economic growth.
Retailers are in a unique position to help nudge consumers towards making more sustainable and healthier choices. Here are a few of the ways in which companies are doing just that
Four years ago, this 20-year-old fled Damascus. Now, she’s following her dream of becoming a pilot and speaking out on refugee rights.
Turning a problem into a business opportunity, this entrepreneur wants you to spend your next holiday on his floating island made from trash.
21 percent of registered marriages of 2017 in the Gaza Strip involved girls under 18 years of age. So far, the ambassadors have prevented early marriages in 50 families and counting.
Every day more than 800 women die from preventable causes during pregnancy and childbirth. But these needless deaths could ended by 2030, for the cost of 46 military aircraft.
To avoid the disastrous destabilisation of the Middle East, bold political solutions will need to be embraced, writes John Raine of the International Institute for Strategic Studies
Protesters across the region have changed tactics following the experiences of the Arab Spring. Georges Fahmi of Chatham House explains why
Iran has developed the ability to win wars through third parties, and so minimize the chances of retaliation, argues John Chipman of ISIS
For all the obstacles in the way of peaceful civilian rule in Sudan, there are reasons to be optimistic it can be achieved – if the international community plays a crucial role
The UAE has seen a surge in tech investment in recent years – and now Abu Dhabi has made a multimillion commitment to further boost innovation.
Farmers are trying everything to rid their land of this invasive prickly cactus, which destroys grass and makes animals sick. However, it can be used to make biogas, juice, wines and oils.
When architect Alaa al-Habashi fell in love with an old Ottoman-era mansion in Cairo, Egypt, he was told he could pull it down but not restore it.
Coal is Australia's second-largest export - but is the country prepared for a fast-approaching future in which coal is no longer economic? And what might its leaders learn from the way Sa...