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By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Jul 06,2024
The world’s oceans, covering more than 70 per cent of the planet’s surface, are essential for life on Earth. They regulate climate, provide food, produce oxygen, capture Carbon Dioxide, provide livelihoods for billions of people and support a stunning array of biodiversity.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Jun 26,2024
Innovation refers to the process of creating and implementing new ideas, products, processes, or technologies that bring about significant improvements or changes.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Jun 14,2024
Altered precipitation patterns and increased temperatures due to global warming disrupt agricultural systems, eventually affecting crop yields and food production. This can lead to food shortages, price volatility and economic stress for communities reliant on agriculture.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Jun 07,2024
Climate change, driven primarily by human activities such as the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation, has profound economic and social consequences. The impacts of a changing climate are multifaceted, affecting various sectors and communities worldwide.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - May 31,2024
The Earth’s climate is changing at an unprecedented rate and one of the most visible and impactful consequences is the historic rise in sea levels.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - May 21,2024
Fresh water, the elixir of life, is facing a growing threat worldwide through water pollution. This threat jeopardises not only our access to clean and safe drinking water but also the health of aquatic ecosystems and all biodiversity that depends on water for survival.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - May 17,2024
 Environmental challenges are a global concern, yet they manifest differently in developed and underdeveloped countries due to variations in economic development, industrialisation, weather, culture, resource availability and governance structures.In developed countries, ind
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Apr 24,2024
Sustainable economy reflects a notion that seeks to harmonise and control economic growth, or reach the threshold of zero growth, accompanied with environmental stewardship and social equity.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Apr 03,2024
Climate change is one of the most pressing global challenges of our times. It refers to long-term alterations in temperature, precipitation, and other atmospheric conditions on Earth.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Mar 19,2024
 The Earth’s climate is rapidly changing, with rising global temperatures being one of the most prominent indicators of this transformation.



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