Rabi Georges reviews and interviews innovative architect Oorvi Sharma in Abu Dhabi.
Lama Elsharif finds that Derna’s harrowing flood proves a surprising catalyst for unity in a nation scarred by decades-long conflict and division.
Rana Asfour on the UAE's intervention solutions for energy-efficient, sustainable buildings rooted in the city.
Nazli Tarzi reviews an adventure travel and climate change story of what humanity stands to lose with the death of a great river.
London-based Iraqi playwright Hassan Abdulrazak enthuses on the 2023 Shubbak theatre arts extravaganza, June 23-July 9.
Writer-photographer Susan Schulman documents the climate devastation that has sent many Iraqis into internal exile.
Rana Asfour talks to an Emirati about her ideas and development as an artist.
Farah Abdessamad is fascinated by a climate change documentary about would-be rainmakers in the UAE.
Novelist Omar El Akkad ("What Strange Paradise", "American War") warns that wildfires and other climate disasters are creating the conditions for a global refugee crisis the world is not prepared for.
Columnist Iason Athanasiadis remembers 2020 not so much for the pandemic or the chaos of Trump but what humankind has wrought on nature.