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Climate change, Nature top issues, say millennials

Young people selected climate change and the destruction of nature as the most serious global issue for the third year in a row in the world’s most geographically diverse survey of millennials conducted by the World Economic Forum.

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Wood flooring trends in 2017 inspired by nature

Interiors in 2017 are all about going back to basics and connecting ourselves with nature once again. In a fast-paced world, humans feel an innate desire to hold on to the natural, the organic, said an industry expert.   

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Fragrant Nature records 30pc growth in GCC visitor arrivals

Fragrant Nature Hotels & Resorts, the creator of premium lifestyle hospitality experiences in Kerala, has recorded 30 per cent growth in visitor arrivals from the GCC region in the past year, and expects GCC arrivals to gain momentum post it

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Oman's nature, wildlife reserves gain investment interest

Nature and wildlife reserves in Oman are expected to lead private investments in tourism industry as private investors have submitted applications for the development of two key reserves in the sultanate, said a report. According

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‘Forget goals, get back to nature to save planet’

The way to achieve sustainable development is to reconnect with nature, not by setting international targets that are difficult to understand, according to a renowned Indian conservationist.   A new set of develo

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Nature reserve to be fenced off in Bahrain

A planned nature reserve in the west of Bahrain is being fenced off to prevent further fly-tipping after thousands of tonnes of rubbish were dumped on the site. Fencing work at Al Louzy, where 160,000 sq m has been set aside for a

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Intermat unveils ‘Human Nature’ collection

Leading carpet tile manufacturer Interface has launched its latest collection Human Nature, designed by David Oakey, Interface collaborator and world leader in sustainable design practices.     Available glo

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Arctic methane release could cost economy $60trn

A release of methane in the Arctic could speed the melting of sea ice and climate change with a cost to the global economy of up to $60 trillion over coming decades, according to a paper published in the journal Nature. Researcher

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Extreme global warming not likely soon

  Extreme global warming is less likely in coming decades after a slowdown in the pace of temperature rises so far this century, an international team of scientists said.  

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Interface launches new carpet tile collection

Interface, a leading carpet tile manufacturer, has launched its first collection of carpet tiles to be produced and available globally. At the cutting edge of design, Urban Retreat, which comes in three distinctive designs, is ins

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