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The UAE’s Young Eco Warriors: Saving Our Planet, One Tree and One Robot at a Time

Meet siblings Sainath and Sai Sahana Manikandan, two Abu Dhabi based eco warriors who arenot only planting trees, and recycling but have developed a marine robot to clean our seas and an agri robot to alleviate world hunger

by Tessy Koshy

Tarahum for Gaza: How to Donate To Palestinian Families in Need

Drop off centres, fundraising initiatives and events in aid of Gaza that are happening in the UAE  

by Harriet Shephard

Hit The Trails: Six Beautiful Hikes to Try in The UAE 

Spanning lush green wadis, hidden beaches and extraordinary canyons, the UAE is home to some incredible hikes

by Harriet Shephard

5-Meter Sea Level Rise Looms As Experts Warn We Have ‘Lost Control’ of Melting Ice Shelves

Research suggests that even if we limit temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius, climate change could still cause the ocean to warm at three times the historical rate, melting ice shelves and causing a major sea level rise

by Nick Ames

Climate Champions: 7 Cities Leading the Way in Adaptation

These global cities offer hope and inspiration for climate resiliency

by Charlotte Ward

Why We Need To Save The Bugs: The World’s Unsung Heroes

Rather than be scared by creepy crawlies, we need to embrace them as bugs are the secret saviours of the planet

by Caitriona McBride

Plant-Based Power: Unraveling the Success of UAE’s Switch Foods

Around the world, the plant-based movement is on the rise and the UAE is no different. We talk to Edward Hamod, founder of Switch Foods, at the forefront of this shift

by Anthea Ayache

Antarctic Fur Seals Staged an Extraordinary Comeback, Yet Now a New Challenge Looms

Antarctic fur seals, once endangered by overhunting, have made a remarkable recovery but new research reveals a potential food shortage threat to this conservation success story

by Nick Ames

The Human Voice Is Now More Frightening To Wildlife Than A Lion’s Roar

African mammals are now more fearful of us than lions, with the human voice more scary to 95 per cent of species than the roar

by Nick Ames