UAE launches the Climate and Environment Exhibition and Forum

The World Future Energy Summit announced the creation of a new event called the Climate and Environment Exhibition and Forum, to be hosted by the summit in partnership with the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, which specializes in examining issues of adaptation to climate considerations and the regulations.

Climate and Environment Exhibition Participants

Climate and Environment Exhibition and Forum will be held between 5 and 7 April 2021 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), and it brings together many experts, researchers, innovators, officials, companies, and all actors in developing the frameworks to confront climate change and limit its effects in various parts of the world, and the forum will provide a space for presentation and participation The latest technologies, ideas and practices adopted to prepare the various international and local systems to deal with climate change.

The Climate and Environment Exhibition and Forum reflects the continuous efforts of the United Arab Emirates towards sustainable development, guided by the sustainable development goals set by the United Nations, and aims to establish the global leadership position of the UAE as an effective engine and springboard for change and development in the areas of climate and environment and to address local challenges resulting from the global effects of climate change.

Climate and Environment Exhibition discusses climate change

The Assistant Undersecretary for the Green Development and Climate Change Sector at the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Engineer Fahed Al Hammadi, said: The addition of the Climate and Environment Exhibition and Forum to the activities of the World Future Energy Summit is a testament to the leadership role of the UAE in the global debate centered on climate change, climate resilience and sustainable development.

He added: Climate change remains an urgent existential threat facing all countries of the world alike, and as we host this global event in which heads of state, heads of government and experts meet, we seek to address and address climate change in its economic, social and environmental dimensions, thus we have taken a step Moving forward towards building a framework for joint action to create a more climate-resilient world and a more sustainable future.

Concurrent with the announcement of the launch of the new event, Grant Tuchten, Group Events Director at the World Future Energy Summit, said: The World Future Energy Summit has reached a leading global position as a pivotal event and a major market for future energy, clean technologies, and sustainability, and for this, we deemed it necessary and appropriate for this summit to host a forum and exhibition It deals with climate change issues, as an integral part of its activities.

Climate and Environment Exhibition Topics

The agenda of the Climate and Environment Exhibition and Forum will include the establishment of a virtual forum on January 20, 2021, to discuss topics related to stimulating and adapting to the global economy with low carbon as a natural situation to be built upon, in the presence of several experts and officials who will discuss the opportunities that the gradual transformation towards a low carbon economy brings.

A report issued by the Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA) showed that an investment of $1.8 trillion in climate change adaptation around the world between 2020 and 2030 could lead to net revenues of $7.1 trillion. The report identifies five main axes for which an urgent need for investment is: early warning systems, resilient infrastructure, water resources, agricultural reclamation of drylands, and protection of mangroves; They are themes that can serve as pillars for discussion and innovation in the Climate and Environment Exhibition and Forum.

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