Monday, October 21, 2019
Without a doubt, water is the most important resource on the planet. Without it, nothing can or will survive! Here are some facts about water that you may not know. 10% of homes have leaks in the...
Act Now campaign by the Ministry of Electricity and Water, along with the support of the National Bank of Bahrain, has recently launched a nationwide competition called “Sustainable Bahrain”. This campaign was conceptualised to encourage...
We turn on the bathroom lights and the shower without realising how closely-related water and energy are to each other. If we take the time to observe some of our daily habits, we would realise how,...
Sustainability is the study of how natural systems function, remain diverse and produce everything it needs for the ecology in order to maintainn balance. It also acknowledges that human civilisation takes resources to sustain these...
Water is probably the most important substance for preserving life. In Bahrain, we tend to take water for granted because it flows easily out of the tap. We do not spend time thinking about how...
With the ever-increasing rate of water misuse, it is guaranteed that our future generations will ultimately suffer. However, saving water is easy, you just need to take the first step. Here are some useful tips. Use...
Water is the most important element for everything and everyone. Over 65% of the human body consists of water itself. On a daily basis, a person consumes about 80-100 gallons of water. This shows the...
Many of us waste a huge amount of energy and water without being aware of how simple and easy it is to conserve both and utilize them in the best way possible! By neglecting a...
Have you ever wondered about the differences between LED lights and fluorescent lights? Which side saves energy and how you can cut down your monthly bill? Below are some of the key features that make...
During the Holy Month of Ramadan, we focus on doing good and creating a positive impact. This must not be limited to our loved ones and members of the community, but also to our environment...