New regulations have been passed to prevent the import of pesticides that could harm consumers and the environment.
More dust storms could be in store for the Arabian Peninsula, scientists warn.
Lightning flickered in the skies, tunnels were flooded and daredevils waterskied down submerged roads last week.
ABU DHABI // The UAE was battered by fierce winds, torrential rain and thunderstorms on Wednesday morning.
The UN has declared 2016 is the International Year of Pulses and grain legumes across the world are preparing for their year in the spotlight.
Paris // Rising investment from China will be the next big catalyst for the Middle East’s renewable energy ambitions as firms eye opportunities in the fast-growing sector.
ABU DHABI // Scientists say that there is significant disagreement about how climate change will affect the Gulf region, after one published study raised fears about high temperatures and humidity
ABU DHABI // If Charles Darwin had a smartphone he would probably have downloaded the Collector for ArcGIS, a free app being used by the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi (EAD) to help record species of
Dubai Municipality has inaugurated its first experimental solar-powered park in the emirate that will run independently from the power network operated by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority,
ABU DHABI // Residents of a Bosnian village are to benefit from a US$186,000 (Dh683,000) clean water project launched by the Emirates Red Crescent.
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