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Qatar, the nation with the highest per capital carbon emissions has made great progress during 2012.
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.
Al Jazeera English’s Robert Kennedy covers the dramatic investment in solar power that KSA has promised, and Leon Kaye was among the article's interviewees.
Should the rest of the world follow Bhutan's model and emphasize well-being and happiness, not economic metrics?
Many youth organizations are frustrated with the United Nation’s slow pace at COP18 and are taking matters in their own hands.
COP18, or the 18th United Nations Climate Change Conference, has opened in Doha, and as usual, tensions will be high between richer and poorer countries
The efforts to cut COP18's carbon emissions start with the Qatar National Convention Center, situated just outside Doha’s massive Education City.
It would be easy to question why COP18 should be held in Qatar, a nation built upon petroleum and natural gas riches. But the choice was the right one.
Student living will become more sustainable in Doha's Education City due to a new LEED-certified student housing complex that will open next year.
The Koran has over 1500 verses that discuss the environment, and imams will include that in their sermons in Qatar as Doha prepares for the COP18 summit.