Dubai: The Museum of the Future, in collaboration with Fiker Institute, an interdisciplinary think tank based in Dubai, will host the first ‘Climate Future Week’ from September 26 to 30, 2023.
The event will feature a conference with UAE government officials, prominent public figures, international institutions, and global experts.
This initiative aligns with the ‘Year of Sustainability’ and the UAE’s preparations to host COP28 in Dubai this November.
The main conference will take place over three days. It includes sessions and keynote speeches that will analyze critical future trends and global challenges in the domain of climate change.
They will also focus on cutting-edge innovations, technologies, and ground-breaking inventions designed to address these challenges. Additionally, it will explore opportunities for international partnerships aimed at securing a greener and brighter future for humanity.
The conference provides a dynamic platform for attendees, where researchers, enthusiasts, and experts in climate and sustainability are able to engage in discussions about future strategies for addressing climate change.
It aims to promote conversations on bolstering community awareness, devising innovative solutions, investing in clean energy projects, and advancing sustainable agricultural practices.
With the conference agenda including inspirational keynote speakers, writers, and artists, the participants will be exposed to human stories and anecdotes revolving around sustainability and climate resilience, as per the statement.
Apart from the main conference, Climate Future Week will offer a range of workshops dedicated to those interested in sustainability and addressing climate change.
These workshops will be organized by the Anwar Gargash Diplomatic Academy (AGDA), the Dubai Future Foundation Fund, and various partner organizations.
Furthermore, the event will feature an array of events, including the Climate Film Festival, the Climate Photo Gallery, and the Start-up Council.