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Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi organized a presentation entitled “Sustainable Tomorrow Through the Eyes of a Green Sheik”

ABU DHABI – The Sorbonne University in Abu Dhabi hosted an inspirational presentation entitled “Sustainable Tomorrow Through the Eyes of a Green Sheik”. Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Ali bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, environmental adviser to the Ajman government, known as the “Green Sheikh,” delivered the speech.

The event is part of the Sorbonne University Abu Dhabis Go Green 2023 initiative to raise awareness of environmental topics and foster a culture of sustainable living at the universitystudents, faculty and staff while promoting environmental awareness, knowledge and research in support of sustainable development in the region.

During the discussion, Sheikh Abdul Aziz shared his philosophies and ideas, and provided engaging insights and creative solutions so that we can all respect and protect our planet and its people. Additionally, he underscored his commitment to the cause while encouraging us all to join him in his mission to create a future where everyone can thrive without compromising the needs of present and future generations.

Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Ali bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Environmental Advisor to the Government of Ajman, commented: Ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to live a healthy, fulfilling, and happy life without compromising the needs of present and future generations should be a top priority. It is a call to action to rethink the way we live and make sustainable choices and practices. It reminds us that we all have a role to play in creating a sustainable future and that, working together, we can achieve great things. “

“This event reinforces our commitment to building a more sustainable future through our ‘Go Green 2023’ initiative,” said Dr Laurence Renault, Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi. “We are committed to delivering Supporting innovative solutions for sustainable development, we are proactive in making sustainable development a core priority at Sorbonne Abu Dhabi. Our aim is to raise awareness on the topic of climate change and to enable our communities to participate in the development of initiatives Support the fight against climate change,” she added.

The event is a valuable learning experience for individuals seeking to understand how they can make sustainable choices and contribute to making our planet a healthier, more sustainable place.


About the Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi

The Sorbonne University was established in May 2006 under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and licensed by the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) .

The Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi is an Emirati university that benefits from 760 years of academic experience at the prestigious Paris-Sorbonne University. The University has a 93,000 square meter state-of-the-art campus on Al Reem Island.

The Sorbonne University in Abu Dhabi follows the French education system, the Sorbonne University and the University of Paris award degrees, and all degrees are also accredited by the UAE Academic Accreditation Council.

To date, more than 2000 students from more than 90 different countries have graduated from Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi.

More information about Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi:
Visit the website of Abu Dhabi University: www.sorbonne.ae
For any questions or requests, please feel free to contact:
Tulip Al Harfoush
Abu Dhabi Sorbonne University
e-mail: tulip.alharfoush@sorbonne.ae

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