Two years ago, Sadia Saifuddin, the first Muslim student regent confirmed to the UC Governing Board last Wednesday, was stripped of her financial aid to almost zero dollars. A then-sophomore at UC Berkeley, she waited in line for an hour before scheduling a meeting where she was told that nothing could be done since her family’s income was just over the financial aid eligibility line.
Azza Abdel Hamid Faiad was the winner of the 2011 European Union Contest for Young Scientists for finding a new way of turning plastic into biofuel.
The latest report by the Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED) shows Arab countries could be facing a severe water crisis as early as 2015.
Saudi Arabia has finally noticed it has twenty centuries of solar reserves and has made plans to tap them. For its own use.
Despite having enough solar power to energize the planet for the next 20 centuries, Saudi Arabia has instead reaped the benefits of its oil reserves for decades. This wealth has spurred a spate of massive developments in Mecca, transforming a small desert hamlet into a thriving metropolis.
Saudi Arabia has lots of open land with sand rich in silicon needed to make polysilicon for the solar industry.
Saudi Artist Abdulnasser Gharem is surviving on oxygen released by this tree in the Gulf.
According to a new report, conflicts over water scarcity and water control could threaten the stability of countries critical to American foreign policy in the next decade.
A fleet of oil tankers is heading from Saudi Arabia to the US in order to drive down “unjustified” oil prices of $127 per barrel.
We speak to Karim Elgendy, founder of the Middle East sustainability initiative ‘Carboun’ about what motivates his work and why green ratings for buildings aren’t a silver bullet.