Tag archives for Middle East
Minus four hours at DBX. On my way to South Africa for a trip with SAP, I had nine hour layover in Dubai, a city definitely on the move.
Masdar, the clean energy company and eponymous “green city” based on the outskirts of Abu Dhabi, launched a $32 million solar plant in Mauritania.
A comfortable standard of living and high incomes do not mean a country is free of social problems. Read on as we explore CSR in Qatar.
Today I announce the launch Triple Pundit’s CSR in Emerging Markets Series, starting with the booming Gulf region and the United Arab Emirates. No matter how one feels about the impact petroleum and natural gas have had on the Gulf Cooperation Council ...
In my latest article in The Guardian, I discuss some of nascent work going on within Qatar and the United Arab Emirates to improve the lives of children.
After much talk last fall at COP18, plans to follow through on building a solar powered passive house in Qatar are underway.
Nick Aster, founder of Triple Pundit, gives a concise tour of the Shams 1 solar project in Abu Dhabi.
Msheireb in downtown Doha is bringing together the best talent within Qatar and beyond to build the most sustainable structures possible in the Middle East.
2012 was an eventful year for myself and GreenGoPost.com, and I will continue my focus on sustainability and CSR; not to mention regions like the Middle East and the Balkans.
Qatar's policies offer lessons on how countries can develop a strategy to cope with the ever complicated energy-water nexus.
The top 10 water issues of 2012 include fracking, toilet technology, the global land grab, supply chain challenges and improved sanitation.
Saudi Arabia claims it will invest $109 billion in order to generate 30% of its domestic energy needs by 2032, and Qatar is not far behind.