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By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Nov 17,2020
Usually, there arise positive and negative aspects from any dilemma or situation, is it therefore possible to presume that COVID-19 might have a positive impact concerning the reduction of green house gases (GHGs)?
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Jul 20,2020
This is a brief review of Jordan’s National Energy Strategy2020 — 2030.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Apr 22,2020
In commemoration of Earth Day, celebrated annually around the world on April 22, it can may be said that COVID-19 is nature`s biosphere (surface air, water and living matter) way of striking back at us due to our anthropocentric behaviour to meet our wants, rather than needs, tha
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Mar 03,2020
Life Cycle Analysis is a common indicator used to measure Greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions of materials as well as activities in the construction industry from cradle to grave.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Mar 11,2019
To feel warmer and more thermally comfortable during winter, surely, you can raise the temperature of your heating system, use other energy sources or even prolong heating hours.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Feb 17,2019
The astonishing success which Jordan has achieved since the endorsement of the Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Law No.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Dec 13,2018
Jordanian households and public buildings are characterised by poor thermal insulation in general.
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Dec 06,2018
Students at a private secondary school in Amman conducted a statistical study under my supervision for the purpose of calculating the average number of hours during which students and other people of different ages use their mobile devices on daily basis as a general weekly avera
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Oct 20,2018
Amidst the furious inquiry about the changes inflicted on world civilisations by climate change, I came across "Bolivar's Legacy" by Fausto Fernandez Borge, which clearly identifies the downfall of Latin American civilisations during certain stages of history.It has been discusse
By Ayoub Abu Dayyeh - Oct 13,2018
Learning from environmental exoduses in history is an important contemporary education in order to understand the long-term expected impact of today’s global warming on our civilisation during the 21st century.At the peak of the warming cycle that extended between 1500 BC and 500



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