of the Blue
Journey through the World's Oceans
A visually stunning celebration of the rich variety of ocean
life, with 180 color photographs..
Reflections on a Montenegrin lake
By Saren Starbridge
Each day the women came to the fountain to fill their containers
and carry water back to the village, carefully shutting off
the flow before they left. One day at the fountain, a young
bride heard the wonderful news that her husband would be home
from abroad that night.
conservation at 8000 meters in Nepal
William Saab visited Nepal recently as a volunteer teacher,
within a project organized annually by students from Cambridge
and Oxford Universities under the name of Oxbridge Volunteers
Nepal (OVN). He wrote this feature article for Al-Bia Wal- Tanmia.
is a most welcome publication that describes, in brief notes
and rich photography, examples of biodiversity, notable sites
and programmes of nature conservation in various Arab countries.
It shows that what appears to be a vast desolate desert embraces
sites of beautiful habitats and wonderful biota. Assembling
a selection of the best photo features published in Al-Bia Wal-Tanmia
(Environment & Development magazine)
Maria Island: A National Park in Australia
Environment & Development magazine's photographer Christo Baars
takes you in a wonderful journey, to a remote natural reserve
in the southeastern coast of Tasmania. 2000
role of local communities, how we can enjoy nature without destroying
it. Sites in Lebanon, Syria and Jordan.
Mountains of Yemen
a ride with Faisal Abu Izzeddine, in a breath- taking journey
in the Magic Mountains of Yemen. You won't regret it!.
return of Ammiq wetland
conservation project in Lebanon's Bekaa Region