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.
Jordan is a country with scarce natural resources. How can they be used more sustainably? Global Ideas take a look.
Our reporter traveled through Jordan to find out how a country with scarce natural resources manages to get by. We take you behind the scenes of the shoot during which she met a real princess and tackled waterfalls.
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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