Abu Dhabi: The second in a series of eight national Majlis sessions ahead of the COP28 has been held at The Louvre in Abu Dhabi.
Climate leaders, experts, and government representatives were present at the Majilis. They discussed how Abu Dhabi and the wider UAE are rising to meet the goal of achieving Net Zero by 2050.
The session was organized by the UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment. The Abu Dhabi event launched the UAE’s Net Zero 2050 Strategy.
It provides a concrete nationwide roadmap for achieving emission reduction targets and strengthens the UAE’s ambition to be one of the nations at the forefront of efforts to address climate change.
The attendees welcomed the new Strategy and discussed how all sectors and industries can embrace the sustainable agenda to drive economic growth and enhance climate action in the UAE.
The Majlis was chaired by Ms. Mariam bint Mohammed Almheiri, UAE Minister of Climate Change and Environment, and Eng. Awaidha Murshed Al Marar, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy.
The leaders discussed the progress made in the UAE’s path to Net Zero, highlighting achievements in climate action, leadership, and investments in sustainability projects both within the country and globally.