Abdullah container Touq Al Marri, Clergyman of Economy, said that the UAE, in accordance with the vision and mandates of its savvy administration, has forever been enthused about taking on arrangements and drives that help and cultivate environment activity, thinking of them as an essential need in driving feasible financial turn of events.
“The UAE Circular Economy Council’s Policies Committee continues its efforts to accelerate the full implementation of the UAE Circular Economy Policy 2031 in collaboration with its partners in the public and private sectors. There are 22 policies that focus on four main areas: maintainable vehicle, assembling, food, and green foundation, which will upgrade public economy’s development and seriousness as per the targets of the 50,” he added.
This occurred during “Road to COP28: The “Driving Collective Action in the UAE” event, which was co-hosted by Dubai Chamber and UN Climate Change High-Level Champion for COP28, explored mitigation, adaptation, resilience, and finance in relation to climate change.
In advance of the UAE-hosted climate summit, the High-Level Champions and the Dubai Chamber, with support from the COP28 Presidency, organized the event, which brought together key segments of society to mobilize efforts for inclusive climate progress.
Al Marri further expressed, “COP28, to be facilitated by the UAE this year, will act as a worldwide stage that upholds aggregate activity to handle environmental change, diminish carbon impression, accomplish reasonable and complete turn of events, and make a superior future for current and people in the future. The event will also play a crucial role in demonstrating the UAE’s attractiveness to both domestic and foreign investments in new economy sectors, particularly advanced technology, infrastructure, clean energy, and climate change.
“Facing an increasingly precarious future due to climate change and nature loss, it is the role of the High-Level Champions to underscore, on a global level, that comprehensive climate action is an all-of-society mandate,” Razan Al Mubarak emphasized in her speech at the opening session. The UAE has a unique chance to unite our community in the pursuit of a net-zero, climate-resilient, and nature-positive future as hosts of COP28.
Al Mubarak demonstrated the 2030 solution pathways and available projects as part of the COP27 Presidency-backed Sharm El Sheikh Adaptation Agenda and introduced the global campaigns “Race to Zero” and “Race to Resilience.” The “Way to COP28” occasion filled in as a stage for nearby organizations to comprehend how they can show others how its done, especially by committing money, mastery, and assets to moderation and variation projects.
The High-Level Champions, on the other hand, are collaborating closely with regional leaders to push for ambitious climate action, particularly in areas where it is most needed and adaptation to climate change’s effects, like droughts, floods, rising sea levels, and extreme heat, is becoming more common.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) keeps expanding its protected areas, encouraging environmentally friendly farming methods, improving environmental quality, and implementing additional nature-based solutions. The UAE’s environmental prosperity and sustainability for future generations will be further supported by this commitment.
The High-Level Champions emphasized the significance of climate action, particularly for rapidly developing nations like the United Arab Emirates, in difficult-to-abate sectors like the built environment.
Mohammad Ali Rashed Lootah, President and Chief of Dubai Chambers, expressed, “We perceive the significant job organizations play in battling environmental change, and stay focused on supporting neighborhood organizations in accomplishing their natural and environment objectives. Our emphasis is on advancing supportable strategic policies, empowering green advancement, and propelling the improvement of a serious, low-carbon economy. Through our exercises, we will keep on supporting the drive to lay out Dubai as a main illustration of a net-zero, environment strong business local area that is adding to a superior tomorrow.”
From new businesses to established ones, UAE businesses are making significant progress toward net-zero emissions as the country moves toward a sustainable future.
The event demonstrated how local organizations are implementing novel and ambitious strategies to lessen their carbon footprints and demonstrate a strong commitment to both climate resilience and sustainability.
Setting a precedent for the region, businesses across the board are enthusiastically reimagining their operations, investing in renewable energy, and adopting sustainable practices. In addition to confirming the viability of a net-zero future, this proactive approach highlights the potential economic benefits of this green transition.