Editorial

Editorial Articles

The Gravity Of A Word

It has become common at conferences to hear someone on stage use the word, ‘awareness’. It is a word that is bandied about just like sustainability, innovation or transformation. The question is: ‘Are we truly aware?’ In the past six...

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Brain-addling stuff

Time and again, the GCC region countries have done a wonderful job at perpetuating the core messages of their socio-economic and sustainable development targets. For instance, it is common for senior government representatives to elaborate on the salient features of...

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Brain-addling stuff

Time and again, the GCC region countries have done a wonderful job at perpetuating the core messages of their socio-economic and sustainable development targets. For instance, it is common for senior government representatives to elaborate on the salient features of...

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Standing their ground

Whilst it is common knowledge that pricing has come to be the single biggest factor in purchasing HVACR equipment and components in the last five years, the extent of the problem faced by well-meaning manufacturers and suppliers makes for stark...

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IAQ and building tracing

As early as September 2020, Jeremy McDonald, a professional engineer with New York-based Guth Deconzo Consulting Engineers, writing in Climate Control Middle East magazine, spoke of the need for a building tracing programme – essentially, an audit of the Indoor...

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Between the lines…

Among the Empanelled Guest Columnists we have recently introduced is Krishnan Unni Madathil, who writes a bi-monthly article analysing macro-economic and geopolitical trends. Krishnan has a singular mind with an ability to pull together diverse happenings and find a common...

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