Humankind has evolved to become a supremely higher functioning organism, with the potential to learn almost any skill. Yet, I have observed that some people would much rather invest their energy in studying for a complicated exam or train to code computers, than spit out a simple apology.
As the miracles of technological innovation continue to improve our lives, they also make it more complicated. There are clearly more things to worry about, but which should we worry about more? And what about the anxieties that have been keeping us awake at night for years?
Every year, the world marks Earth Day on April 22. Earth Day marks the anniversary of the birth of the ‘modern environmental movement’ in 1970. Since Earth Day’s establishment, the fight for a clean environment has continued with increasing urgency, especially as the effects of climate change worsen
Qatar Natural History Group (QNHG), a group that’s working to raise awareness about the natural beauty of Qatar, regularly organises talks on a monthly basis to underscore different aspects of Qatar’s architecture, landscape, flora and fauna.
Shahida Ahmed is an artist, art educator, art activist and sculptor. The Pakistan-origin British national sees art as a “universal dialogue.” With her diverse background, education and multicultural experiences, Shahida believes that there is a lot of potential in the Doha art scene for “internatio
The hostile weather and challenging conditions could not dampen the buoyant spirit of sand artists as they recently attended a five-day-long art competition near Sealine Beach Resort. The first of its kind sand art competition, organised by Visual Arts Center, was won by a Filipino artist
As part of my regular trips for photography of nature, I went down to Zekreet – about 80km from Doha, just to have a good time and enjoy the drive away from the city and traffic, but also to take some photos with friends who share my passion for nature, wildlife and photography.
As a boy, Francisco Ramirez Cruz loved hiking with his grandfather up into the mountains of central Mexico. While the old man grazed sheep or hunted for wild mushrooms, Ramirez would play amid the throngs of monarch butterflies that migrated 3,000 miles to this forest each autumn, turning the blue