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Select date: July 14, 2015   

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Sustainable Travel On The Rise

Reserch by shows that more and more travellers aspire to reduce their environmental impact.
UAE consumers use up to 323% more water than global average

Energy conscious domestic appliances underscore Miele’s focus on saving energy and water.
Solar-powered 'smart benches' re-energise London’s public spaces

Strawberry energy’s innovative solar hubs premier at Canary Wharf.
World Record Breaking Solar Impulse 2 Pilot to Speak

Dr. Bertrand Piccard’s first public address set to take place at the region's leading solar summit.
Scientists at Masdar Institute Create Reliable Model to Predict Extreme Weather

Masdar Institute Develops Models to Support Sustainable Planning and Management of UAE's Natural Resources.
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A World Without Bees
Alison Benjamin

Honeybees are dying. In America, one in three hives was left lifeless at the beginning of 2008. In France, the death rate was more than 60 per cent. In Britain, a government minister warned that honey bees could be extinct within a decade. A third of all that we eat, and much of what we wear, relies on pollination by honeybees. So if - or when - the world loses its black-and-yellow workers, the consequences will be dire. What is behind this catastrophe? Viruses, parasites, pesticides and climate change have all been blamed. As has modern monoculture agribusiness. In this timely book, two keen amateur apiarists investigate all the claims and counterclaims with the help of scientists and beekeepers in Europe, America and beyond.

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