Tag archives for Qatar
Could it become possible to take the train from Abu Dhabi to Doha in 2018? A 1,350-mile long Gulf railway system could soon link the GCC countries.
Qatar is in the midst of a massive human rights crisis; what is happening to Nepalese migrant workers is horrific.
Qatar has announced it will generate 2% of its power needs from solar energy by 2020.
Qatar Solar has recently stepped in to purchase a 29 percent stake in the now struggling German solar energy firm SolarWorld.
Msheireb, the downtown Doha development aiming to become one of the world’s largest LEED development projects, completed its first solar installation.
A recently released survey evaluated the progress of clean energy development in the Gulf Region: Qatar and the UAE are on top.
When the Sahara Forest Project started in 2009, it sounded about as fanciful as Qatar hosting the World Cup. But this desert farm experiment now thrives.
Sustainability in the Gulf? The Middle East has recently embraced sustainable design and green building materials in a big way.
Two projects edging towards completion demonstrate the commitment within Qatar to become a leading solar energy hub.
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.