Stuart Reigeluth

Founder of REVOLVE

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Stuart Reigeluth is Founder of REVOLVE. He holds an MBA (2015) from the Solvay-Ponts business school (Brussels-Paris) and a MA (2005) in Arab and Middle East Studies from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. He has contributed to numerous media outlets, including Foreign Policy, El Pais, El Mundo, al-Hayat, European Voice, EURACTIV, Gulf News, The Daily Star, and al-Ahram Weekly.

There is No Energy Transition

Sans Transition, Une nouvelle histoire de l’energie Jean-Baptiste Fressoz, Paris: Editions du Seuil, 2024. 408 pages. 24.00 euros. Fressoz avoids the…

India Is Going to Get Really Cool!

Rising temperatures, growing populations, and expanding cities, India needs more circular systemic solutions for providing cooling.   India functions around economies-of-scale,…

Contrails: The Forgotten Lines

What are contrails and how much do they contribute to global emissions? Once you start seeing contrails, you will not…

Nature Positive: Explained

Active protection and restoration can reverse biodiversity loss and make the planet nature positive by 2030. The term “Nature Positive”…

Time to Invest in Hydrogen

Hydrogen produced from renewables is better for the environment, super for society and great for business. International development bankers, sovereign…

Can Sultan Change the Climate?

Sultan Al Jaber’s forward vision inspires hope for a sustainable future. In June 2009, in the Egyptian resort town of…

Lampedusa: The Forsaken Island

Without any freshwater resources, Lampedusa needs renewables for sustainable water access. Lampedusa is Italy’s southern-most island, located off the eastern…

Finding Energy Independence Together

We can all become more energy independent – here’s how energy communities can make it happen. We know now that…

The Urban Circular Bioeconomy

Cities and regions are at the vanguard of circular bioeconomy systems. Largely as a result of exploitative capitalism, the linear…

It’s All About Ecosystem Restoration

This year marks the beginning of the new UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021-2030), which follows on footsteps and efforts of the UN Decade on…

Walking: A Personal Journey

Mammals were born to move. The foal and deer stagger around within minutes on long shaky legs. The human squawks…

Sustainability: Know Your Limits

“No thanks, I’ve had enough” is what we say when asked if we wanted more to eat or drink. But…

On Coal and Water in Poland

Katowice/Brussels – In the south-eastern part of Poland, in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin, there is a coal mine near…

Imagine the Transarabian Xpress

Imagine connecting Morocco to Oman with a high-speed train going across North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula transporting people and…

Rawabi: The New Palestinian City

There is a time to rejoice, and a time to resist – Rawabi is doing both in defying all odds…

The Hidden Life of Trees

“Trees can’t walk.” (p.186) Once seeds land and catch hold, or when saplings are planted and the trees begin their…

Investing in Water Around the Mena

There is a looming water crisis that is beginning to manifest itself in very serious ways across North Africa and…

Oceans in our Hands

The 2014 edition of the Niels Bugge Cartoon Award integrates perfectly with the theme of WATER that runs throughout this…

Redefining West Asia

The positive changes in the Arab world herald a new era for millions of people. At the start of this…

Towards 3 Degrees

Some call climate fluctuations “global weirding” rather than global warming because of mild winters and sudden summer hails. Call it…