SAN Group, a globally operating biotechnology company headquartered in Austria, has announced plans to set up its green biotechnology facility within the Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (Rakez) at an investment of AED12 million ($3.2 million). The company’s green hydrogen and farming subsidiary, SAN Enertech, will be constructing a fully integrated sustainable hydrogen production unit, plant, and fish farming on a land plot of 8,470 sq m in Rakez Al Hamra Industrial Zone.
Hákarl, a traditional Icelandic food of fermented Greenland shark, is gaining popularity amongst tourists and fueling an industry. But is it sustainable to eat this shark?
George Monbiot’s recent criticism of Allan Savory’s theory that grazing livestock can reverse climate change ignores evidence that it’s already experiencing success…
Supported by the Veolia Foundation, The Conversation France website now has a new section devoted to the circular economy. Interview with Dr. Thierry Vandevelde, who heads the Foundation.
Things to see and do in Belize that are good for the environment, including spotting jaguar in the wild, birdwatching, diving and snorkelling in the Blue Hole, Belize Barrier Reef and Caye Caulker and visiting ancient Mayan sites.