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Masdar City's stackable steel allotments allow communities to grow their own produce, despite drought and desert heat.
Drawing a path to sustainable energy equity in the Arab world begins with identifying and understanding the challenge, in all of its dimensions, more clearly.
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Seven hundred leaders of science and academia met in Dubai to workshop the future. Here's what they talked about.
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Seven hundred experts are gathering in Dubai to discuss how breakthrough tech will change the world by 2030. Here's how to follow, embed, livestream and repost.
With the right leadership, planning and determined execution, no urban challenge in the United Arab Emirates is too big to be overcome.
The Middle East has the means, but does it have the will to rely more on sustainable energy?
Hyperloop One reveals plans to take people from Dubai to Abu Dhabi in just 12 minutes, a trip that currently takes about two hours by car.
700 experts, 35 councils, one annual meeting. Here's what it's all about.