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WORLD NEWS | UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed launches sustainability initiative campaign


Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs (Image: Twitter / @ABZayed)

Abu Dhabi [UAE]4th June (ANI/WAM): Sheikh Abdullah bin Al Sheikh, UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the Higher Committee overseeing preparations for the 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28 UAE) His Highness Zayed Al Nahyan has launched a nationwide campaign to raise awareness of the country’s sustainable development initiatives and projects.

The campaign was launched during the Year of Sustainable Development as the country prepares to host COP28 next November to support its efforts on climate action.

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The nationwide campaign aims to spread awareness of environmental sustainability issues, engage local communities and support strategies related to climate action in order to positively influence the behavior and responsibility of individuals to reach environmentally conscious communities.

The campaign website (sustainableuae.ae) highlights national initiatives and success stories in sustainable development, as the UAE has a strong track record in the field, reflects deeply rooted values ​​of environmental protection, and takes collective action as a means to achieve a sustainable future. a way.

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The media campaign covered several aspects, most notably “The Legacy of the Founding Fathers”, which highlighted the approach and legacy of the founding father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan in the field of sustainable development. ‘Climate Makers’ focuses on members of the UAE community who are taking innovative climate and environmental initiatives to build a sustainable future, while ‘Road to Zero’ reflects the UAE’s actions across multiple sectors in line with its national goals Achieving net zero emissions. ‘Green Buildings’ features some of the most iconic and sustainable buildings in the UAE. “Sanctuary” highlights the country’s collaborative initiatives and innovative solutions to protect its fragile and unique natural ecosystems.

The UAE has an excellent record of sustainable action based on specific goals and pioneering projects, deeply rooted in the values ​​of conservation, community and tradition.

The UAE government has been implementing policies and practices to enhance sustainable development and support the transition to a circular economy.

Building on decades of progress, the UAE is taking collective action to achieve a sustainable future through numerous initiatives and achievements in a wide range of areas, from achieving net-zero emissions to conservation efforts on land and sea. (ANI/WAM)

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