video Update Saudi Arabia plans to be world’s biggest hydrogen producer

Saudi Arabia plans to be world’s biggest hydrogen producer

  • The minister said the Kingdom is “the best and biggest” exporter of oil and that it has been progressing towards chemical productions
video By Deema Al Khudair ·

Special Saudi Arabia unveils road map to achieve a carbon-neutral future photos

Saudi Arabia unveils road map to achieve a carbon-neutral future

  • Saudi Green Initiative forum in Riyadh attended by energy and environment officials and decision-makers
  • Kingdom aims for “net zero” carbon emissions by 2060 while preserving its leading role in energy markets
By Frank Kane ·

Man shot dead in Kashmir as security tight for minister’s visit

Man shot dead in Kashmir as security tight for minister’s visit

  • The victim, a milk seller in Kashmir, is the 12th civilian killed by militants or security forces this month
  • Amit Shah, India’s home minister, has been in Kashmir since Saturday
By AFP ·

Shift from landfills aids Saudi push toward circular economy: SIRC

Shift from landfills aids Saudi push toward circular economy: SIRC

  • The chief executive officer of Saudi Investment Recycling Co., Ziad Al-Shiha, made the statement on the sidelines of the Green Saudi Initiative in Riyadh.
  • "Saudi Arabia will recycle 95 percent of its landfills during 2035, compared to about the current 5 percent — a complete shift that will have positive effects on the environment and the economy," SIRC CEO said.
By Arab News ·

Facebook dithered in curbing divisive user content in India

Facebook dithered in curbing divisive user content in India

  • Communal and religious tensions in India have a history of boiling over on social media and stoking violence
  • Facebook has become increasingly important in politics, and India is no different
By AP ·

Facebook dithered in curbing divisive user content in India

Facebook dithered in curbing divisive user content in India

  • Communal and religious tensions in India have a history of boiling over on social media and stoking violence
  • Facebook has become increasingly important in politics, and India is no different
By AP ·