As Rolls-Royce and Vertical Aerospace race to introduce a fully-electric aircraft by 2025, officials from both companies said the Middle East is an ideal market in terms of demand and infrastructure.
The Red Sea Development Co. has already started implementing projects to protect and preserve the area where the company plans to build the world’s largest sustainable tourism destination.
An internal report on Artificial Intelligence recently approved by a special committee of the European Parliament embodies a push from EU lawmakers and member states to make regulation on artificial intelligence less burdensome and more innovation-friendly.
Due to its large size and cultural symbolism, the grand piano was placed in the Roman theater inside al-Nawras resort in the northern Gaza Strip in 1997.
A Chinese-backed agribusiness has had its right to extract a record amount of groundwater from arid Central Australia upheld, following a decision from the Northern Territory government.
North America’s port operator QSL has become the very first Canadian maritime company to adhere to the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative.
The United Nations target of containing global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius “remains within reach, but the work is far from done,” said Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission.
Premature deaths caused by fine particle air pollution have fallen 10% annually across Europe, but the invisible killer still accounts for 307,000 premature deaths a year, the European Environment Agency said Monday (15 November).
RIYADH: UAE-based fintech startup Verity has closed a $800,000 pre-seed round as it prepares for the launch of its family banking and financial literacy app built for the Middle East, a statement revealed.
Residents in the Hunter town of Kurri Kurri are being told to keep their windows and doors closed as firefighters continue to try and extinguish a large industrial fire.