Muhammed Bin Rashid Solar Park.
The UAE has been scoring high in several areas and not just business. It has made its mark in a field that many have heard of but are reportedly just paying lip service to: stemming the impact of climate change. These include an increase in its solar
Emirates Water and Electricity Company (EWEC) has announced that, for the first time, over 60 percent of the total power demand was delivered from renewable and clean energy sources.
The UAE Peaceful Nuclear Energy Programme is a catalyst for growth in the UAE, providing 25 per cent of the country’s needs for clean electricity. This project generates further energy supplies to support the national economy, and its diversification creates
Hans Blix, Director-General Emeritus of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, has said that the starting of operations at Abu Dhabi's Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant demonstrates to the world how doable it is to shift to environmentally-friendly alternatives to generate power.
Over 32 trillion gallons of rain and snow fell on California since Christmas. Now this is a scenario that no one, let alone Americans, would want to see repeated in future. The strongest of California’s storms from atmospheric rivers, long and wide plumes of moisture that form over an ocean and flow through the sky over land,
The smell of perfumed smoke turned my head on Tuesday morning outside the Monterey Park dance club where 11 people were gunned down on Saturday night. A man named Scott, seated in a wheelchair, was lighting incense sticks to honour the dead. “What else can we do?” asked Scott, 57, who requested that I not use his
A bold announcement, then, from parodical content provider GB News, that it is branching out into character comedy with a new show to be hosted by arguably the country’s most significant cultural creation of the last 20 years: Jacob Rees-Mogg. The very middle-class son of a very middle-class newspaper editor, he has been
Across our country, people are standing up and demanding fair working conditions. These debates are about more than just pay and hours worked. The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the fact that people’s lives do not solely revolve around their jobs. Workers’ wages, hours and paid time off should reflect their whole lives —