Only 4 percent of Jordan can be used for agriculture. The rest is desert – and it’s growing. A return to traditional pasture management could hep to top desertification and restore biodiversity.
The camel's hump is perhaps its defining feature. It's not just an anatomical oddity but a brilliant bit of evolution.
They're found almost everywhere on earth, are eaten in some cultures and pitted against each other for sport in others. Some can even blast enemies with explosive chemicals. Welcome to the fascinating world of beetles.
Jordan is a country with scarce natural resources. How can they be used more sustainably? Global Ideas take a look.
Sand seems to be in limitless supply — but we are going through it faster than almost any other resource on the planet. What happens when the sand runs out?
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