Forget’ the environment ‘: we need new words to impart life’s wonders | George Monbiot

We need better ways of talking about nature and our relationships with it, writes Guardian columnist George Monbiot If Moses had promised the Israelites a land flowing with mammary secretions and insect vomiting, would they have followed him into Canaan? Though this means milk and honey, I doubt it would have inspired them. So why […]

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Abu Dhabi: the town where citizenship is not an option

Four-fifths of the UAEs population are classed as foreigners. So how do you find belonging in a city that will never permanently be home? Abu Dhabi Indian School, founded in 1975 , not long after the Trucial Nation became the United Arab Emirates, sits by Muroor Road. It was here that, in 1986, garmented in […]

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