Tuesday, February 25, 2020
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...
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,...
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...
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...
Throughout history, humanity evolved alongside the development in the field of energy production. The more effective and convenient its distribution got, the more advanced humanity became. However, we are now at a point where power...
Over time, water has become increasingly important to conserve, and during the summer season, the average person uses more water compared to any other time of the year. Before it is too late, let’s try...
As we get ready for the new academic year to start, let’s remind our children how they should be saving and planning for a sustainable future by conserving the two main precious resources we have. Children...
All households rely on utilities such as electricity, natural gas and water supply to meet everyday needs. As the cost of energy continues to hike, so does the cost of these necessities, and many households are...
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...
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...