Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, affirmed that the UAE is a primary supporter of everything that protects the environment and serves sustainability in the world, adding that it will continue its role in promoting international environmental action based on its rich record and ancient legacy in this regard.
Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed said on Twitter, “On World Environment Day, the importance of collective efforts to address the challenges of climate change remains as critical as ever."
"The UAE is committed to championing and fostering international collaboration to preserve our environment & ensure a sustainable future for all.”
Abu Dhabi City Municipality, in line with World environment Day and its dedication to fostering a healthy environment, organised a series of workshops and educational initiatives in collaboration with strategic partners.
The aim was to raise awareness among community members about the importance of preserving our natural world.
Plans of mapping the entire ocean floor by 2030 are going ahead despite the challenges of the coronavirus crisis, officials leading the project said, with almost a fifth covered so far.
This year, 56% of respondents said that they are willing to pay a little more to buy something that protects the environment, 37% said no and 7% did not know or gave no response, according to the survey.
The country generates around four million tonnes of plastic waste per year, about a third of which is not recycled and ends up in waterways and landfills that regularly catch fire and exacerbate air pollution.
“The habit of cycling provides an excellent opportunity to clear mind and thoughts, besides its other healthy and nature-friendly benefits,” the envoy who is in love with cycling shared his feelings in an exclusive interview on Sunday.
Muizzu was leading the count with 54% of the vote against 46% won by Solih, local media reported. Maldivians also voted at polling stations in India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Britain and Abu Dhabi.
The programme is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of seniors through various housing initiatives and services within its projects. I
This will be coinciding with the launch of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adipec) 2023. Vehicles of public cleaning companies and logistical support vehicles are excluded from decision.
The Dubai Future Experts Program, developed by the Dubai Future Foundation in collaboration with The Executive Council of Dubai, prepares a group of future-focused experts in different sectors across Dubai’s government.