Saudi Artist Abdulnasser Gharem is surviving on oxygen released by this tree in the Gulf.
A fleet of oil tankers is heading from Saudi Arabia to the US in order to drive down “unjustified” oil prices of $127 per barrel.
We speak to Karim Elgendy, founder of the Middle East sustainability initiative ‘Carboun’ about what motivates his work and why green ratings for buildings aren’t a silver bullet.
Sanctions have backed fossil-rich Iran into a corner, which could bode well for the country’s renewable sector.
A Toronto catering company that claims to have fed one million of the “highest-quality” meals to Ontario children is a fly-by-night operation working out of a fast-food restaurant and passing off conventional or poorly cooked food as premium fare.
Swapping fashion for fish and wildlife, film-maker Jonathan Ali Khan has been working on marine conservation for a quarter century.
From luxury architecture in Mecca to the blinged-out buildings of Dubai, it seems that Islamic architecture is all about opulence and grandeur.