The UAE will emphasize its commitment to a low-carbon path and provide workable answers to the climate catastrophe as the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) gets underway in Egypt.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the president of the UAE, will attend the 27th session of the yearly summit in Sharm El Sheikh. A wide variety of delegates from the UAE are participating, including those from more than 70 public and commercial organizations, legislators, negotiators, corporate executives, a number of female and young entrepreneurs, and civil society organizations.
“In line with the directives of the UAE leadership, the nation’s delegation at COP27 aims to contribute practical solutions to mitigate and adapt to climate impacts, accelerate low-carbon economic growth, and create sustainable economic and social development opportunities across all nations, including the Global South and developing countries,” said Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology and UAE Special Envoy for Climate Change.
We want to draw attention to the UAE’s long history of climate diplomacy and propose workable climate solutions that satisfy the needs of vulnerable and developing countries.
The United Arab Emirates was the first country in the Middle East to ratify the 2015 Paris Agreement and pledge to reduce its carbon emissions. The UAE will reaffirm its dedication to a low-carbon road during the summit. This path opens up chances for sustainable socio-economic growth in all nations, including emerging nations, which are the most climate-vulnerable.
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