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United Arab Emirates continues to be a pioneer in climate change measures: Sheikh Mohammed

Dubai: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is at the opening ceremony in Abu Dhabi, where Dubai’s Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum is a pioneer in the field of climate change control. It continues to be one of the countries. Sustainability Week (ADSW) — Masdar-sponsored global platform for accelerating sustainability.

The ADSW Summit has more than 80 people, including heads of state, policy makers and international business leaders, as the United Arab Emirates aims to advance the global sustainability of the agenda and accelerate the path to net zero. It is held in the presence of global leaders in the United Arab Emirates.

The opening event was also attended by Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, Deputy Prime Minister of Dubai, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister.

The Prime Minister welcomed the leaders and expert meetings in the UAE on Monday to discuss sustainability-related issues and work together to find solutions to move the world towards a more sustainable future. Efforts have been strengthened.

Sheikh Mohammed emphasizes the importance of ADSW, the first global gathering of this kind after COP26, stating: Next year’s Sustainability Agenda fully reflects our leadership in the field of climate change behavior.

“The holding of ADSW as part of this year’s Dubai International Exposition provides an opportunity for global expertise to converge to stimulate constructive dialogue and drive efforts towards the implementation of innovative solutions. increase.

“The United Arab Emirates, guided by President Sheikh Harifa bin Zayid al-Nahyan’s vision, is in the field of adopting renewable energy as a solution to climate change, energy transformation and environmental efforts. It continues to be one of the pioneering countries. Problems and their impact on people’s lives and global health. By developing a group of the world’s largest and most innovative clean energy projects, the UAE has achieved this. We continue to express our commitment.

“These efforts culminated in launching Net Zero by 2050, which reflects our commitment to creating a emission-free future.”

The opening ceremony of the Expo 2020 Dubai Exhibition Center was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Sif Bin Zayed Arnachan. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayid al-Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Presidential Office. Sheikh Hamed bin Zayid al-Nahyan, a member of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council. Sheikh Nahayan bin Mubarak al-Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, and many senior officials.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in welcomed the United Arab Emirates and thanked him for inviting him to the opening ceremony of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.

In the keynote, he said: “As the first event of its kind since COP26, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week is this year’s carbon-neutral kickstart and will provide strength through unity. This event will be held by the Arab Emirates in 2023 with COP28. Hosting makes a lot of sense. This is a milestone in the country’s journey over the next 50 years.

“The UAE is the driving force behind sustainable development in the Middle East and beyond, marking the way to other parts of the world.”

The purpose of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week is in line with the “50 Principles”. These are ten principles that represent the UAE’s strategic path in the new era and reflect the country’s vision and determination to promote various economic, political and social development efforts. fields.

ADSW provides a global platform for collaboration, knowledge exchange, investment and innovation as one of the largest gatherings to discuss sustainability issues. It attracts more than 45,000 participants annually, representing more than 170 countries, and hosts nearly 1,000 international companies.

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