Finding NEOM: The Futuristic Carbon Neutral City

It’s a project so vast and ambitious you can see it from space. Saudi’s NEOM could become the blueprint for the future of mankind

by Nick Harding

Wish You Were (Virtually) Here? The Remarkable Rise of Virtual Reality Vacations

With the advent of AI, immersive technology and augmented and virtual reality, we can be instantly whisked thousands of miles away for a fake-ation but will this sustainable ‘holiday’ ever match the real thing?

by Ellen Manning

The Future Technologies Being Created To Save The Planet

From AI to nuclear fusion though to a seaweed to stop cows creating methane gas, various technologies are being developed to help solve the climate crisis challenge

by Nick Harding

How Your New Smartphone Is Destroying The Environment

We seemingly can’t live without them but ahead of International E-Waste Day, here are the seven small changes we can all make to reduce the impact of our smartphones on the planet

by Caitriona McBride

Changing Lanes: How Ready Is The UAE For An EV Switch?

From building a network of charging stations to availability of electric vehicles on the market, we look at how ready the UAE is to reach their target of 50 per cent EVs on the roads by 2050

by Georgia Lewis

Come Fly With Us: How Sustainable Aviation May Make Our Skies Green

A raft of new fuels – including one made out of cooking oil – and technologies are set to make aviation kinder on the environment, but are these the eco miracle cures the sector needs?

by Mike Peake

10 Awesome Apps To Help You Become a Sustainable Superstar

From donating unwanted food from your fridge to planting trees with every online search, these awesome apps will help you live your best life sustainably

by Kaya Scott

Are The UAE’s Smart Cities Tomorrow’s Dream Neighbourhoods?

Blending clever tech with eco-friendly policies, the UAE’s growing collection of smart cities and sustainable developments could offer tomorrow’s most in-demand homes in the world

by Mike Peake

Three Quarters of UAE Residents Confident Tech Can Solve Climate Crisis

The duke+mir survey, conducted ahead of Cop28 polled 1,000 UAE residents

by Nick Ames

How Science-Based Tech Could Save Our Seas

As Marine Week kicks off, we take a look at some of the tech projects being developed around the world to cool our oceans – but could they have unintended consequences on the world’s seas?

by Maz Fletcher