The emirate's government has recently moved to increase the cost of disposing of non-recyclable waste – but even more will be needed.
A new academic book, 'Born in Blackness', argues that Africa is central to the modern world - and draws a direct link between slavery and capitalism.
The Gulf's demographics are changing. Demand for healthcare is growing fast – here's how the region's health systems can ensure they are fit for the future.
Here's how MENA region stakeholders can collaborate to shape an effective COVID-19 recovery and create an inclusive, sustainable and resilient Middle East.
Public-private collaboration is needed to form a regulatory framework that enables businesses in MENA to access finance and grow a resilient economy.
Over 40 percent of households in Sudan do not have access to basic water services and 67 percent of the population do not have access to basic sanitation.
The U.N. Security Council has called for an immediate stop to violence in Afghanistan and for the establishment of a new government that includes women.
At the UAE's Regional Dialogue for Climate Action Summit, leaders committed to climate issues such as reducing emissions and investing in a green economy.
MENA business leaders describe how encouraging industrialisation has bolstered economic diversification in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region.
On World Refugee Day, Radio Davos spoke to UN refugee head Filippo Grandi, and Victor Ochen, who used his experience as a displaced person to help others.
The pandemic has exacerbated the structural flaws and inequalities digitalization was already opening up. How can we move forward?
The tourism industry has been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic – but seamless travel solutions could be the start of a resilient recovery
The integration of digital assets into economic structures could tackle the financing challenges faced by SMEs and provide a more standardized and accessible approach to funding.
Optimized supply chains, increased investment in emerging technologies and geographical diversification were key operational shifts that ensured survival.
Besides widely known pan-tropical trees like mango and papaya, a myriad of lesser-known indigenous trees play a major role in the diets of millions of people.