Sustainability is at the heart of preparations for the FIFA World Cup 2022, with Qatar on course to deliver the first carbon-neutral event in tournament history.
When GEMS American Academy Qatar (GAAQ) received word that they were the third K–12 school in the country to obtain the prestigious Eco-Schools Green Flag Award, it was a moment of surprise and validation.
Qatari companies stand to gain from embarking on a sustainability journey, which, in recent years, has found a firm place on the top management agenda, according to a recently-published study of Roland Berger strategy consultants.
The Ministry of Municipality and Environment organised a webinar on the Dutch strategy for sustainable food security, in co-operation with the Embassy of the Netherlands in the State of Qatar.
Limiting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions significantly will have a “dramatic and lasting impact” on Qatar’s energy system, according to experts at Roland Berger strategy consultants.
Benefiting from a new CSR pilot programme with Falcon Scooters, employees at the GWC’s Logistics Village in Qatar (LVQ) are moving around the hub using sustainable transport technologies.
LuLu Qatar has stressed its commitment to sustainability, taking real and demonstrable measures to protect the environment and contribute to reducing carbon emissions and food waste.
Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Education Above All Foundation (EAA) and UN Sustainable Development Goals Advocate, on Thursday called for cross-sector collaboration to ensure equity in digital learning for children across the globe, especially those marginalised.