"Now is the time to seize the opportunities the region has to offer." That was the message from Sheikha Shamma bint Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, executive director of the UAE Independent Climate Change Accelerators, in her keynote address at the inaugural London Climate Technology Show, per WAM.
Sheikha Shamma spoke of the UAE's efforts to mitigate the effects of climate change, which she called "imperative that a region's Net Zero commitments not be aspirational, but motivational and proactive."
"There are transformations taking place in major industries, such as construction, agriculture, tourism, and even oil and gas to support this," she said.
"Innovation is the driver that will be the key to achieving these goals," Sheikha Shamma continued, noting that the UAE will be hosting the 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) next year.
The London Climate Show is an "exclusive stage for the entire sustainability value chain, including governments, global and regional companies, investors, academia and entrepreneurs, to deliberate and partner on ways to mitigate the climate crisis through sustainable business solutions, disruptive technology and advanced knowledge," per WAM. Read the Entire Article
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