The Arab world is widely perceived as blessed with an embarrassment of riches: an abundance of oil (Saudi Arabia), one of the world’s highest per capita incomes (Qatar), and home to the world's tallest luxury building (United Arab Emirates).
DUBAI // A giant rubber duck will float down Dubai Creek as part of the National Day celebrations.
Regulation and Supervision Bureau to Participate in the International Water Summit 2014
Ras Al Khaimah plans to build the world’s largest solar-powered seawater desalination plant to put an end to water subsidies in the emirate.
A number of motor vehicle waste disposal wells across the state of Alaska are located in state-designated groundwater protection areas and pose a risk to groundwater resources that communities use for drinking water. As a result, the Alaska...
Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week offers an opportunity to brainstorm on securing the water, energy and food security nexus
EDINA, MN, Nov. 19, 2013 -- More than 245,000 barrels of flowback and produced water from hydraulic fracturing operations across the state of Texas have been treated thanks to new treatment technologies.
Reservoirs of 30 dams across the UAE have retained nearly 4 million cubic metres (880 million gallons) of water during the rainy days of November 14th to 17th, according to figures released by the Ministry of Environment and Water.
The Sustainable Water Solutions Village at the International Water Summit from 20-22 January 2014 in Abu Dhabi will bring together global ideas and best practices to find solutions.
Rainwater harvesting, a disruptive idea, catches on with businesses. CoB reporter Brett Walton responds to a recent article in the Guardian.