Reward Yourself and The Environment

Anytime I travel to a new place, I aim to learn from the different lifestyles and culture around me, especially with how individuals interact with their environment. Similarly, in Denmark I visited a park that had an innovative recycling machine which intrigued me to think deeper. Psychology A word of caution -this blog might touch... Continue Reading →

Sustainability at The Farm, Al Barari

An oasis in the desert, that is how I would describe this magical place nestled just off the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road. I have always loved visiting green spaces as it brings a sense of calm and tranquility. My curiosity heightened when I heard about the abundant greenery and appetizing food at The Farm... Continue Reading →

Solar Canal Project At Vadodara

‘People's minds are changed through observation and not through argument’ -Will Rogers The Power of Observation I believe observation is crucial to learning and evolving. During my visit to Vadodara, the cultural capital of Gujarat for a Bollywood jazzed wedding, I could not help but gaze at  the seemingly long array of solar panels canopying... Continue Reading →

Mleiha Overnight Camping Adventure

Prepare to time travel to millions years ago and get reconnected with nature as you explore Mleiha, a spectacular archaeological and eco-tourism destination. After living more than a decade in the Gulf region, one would think that camping in the desert would be an activity I had ticked off my list. Surprisingly, I hadn’t gotten... Continue Reading →

WETEX (Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition) and WGES (World Green Economy Summit) 2016

I got the opportunity to attend WETEX and WGES on 4th October, which were happening in Dubai and was pleasantly surprised at the innovation and seminars that I came across. WETEX I was quite overwhelmed when I entered the exhibition hall of WETEX, unsure of where to start. The hall was massive with exhibitors from... Continue Reading →

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