In a press statement, Yousif Muayad, Manager of the International Environmental Relations Department at Iraq's Ministry of Environment, said that the ministry is collaborating with the UNDP to prepare for its participation in the upcoming conference in the UAE.
The measures include financial assistance to encourage stronger attendance of women delegates, technical training sessions, and support for an international conference.
Exemptions included entry permits for equipment and cameras accompanying media professionals and photographers from outside the country, permits for ground and aerial photography, as well as exemptions on the fees for frequency spectrum services and wireless equipment.
Al Jaber and Pope Francis discussed the importance of the Global Stocktake and the need for a detailed action plan to provide a robust and comprehensive response to the findings within the key pillars of the Paris Agreement.
The briefing introduced the media to the services and facilities provided by Expo City Dubai, the venue of the conference, and informed them of the procedures required to be completed from their side, in addition to identifying their needs for better coverage of the global event.
UAE Minister Sarah Al Amiri says the advanced technology and space sectors are more than essential facets of national economies. They are engines of innovation and critical enablers of net zero.
Mariam Bint Mohammed Almheiri underscored the UAE’s pivotal role in advancing global climate initiatives, safeguarding our natural environment and Earth, and paving the way for a brighter future for subsequent generations.
Saeed Thani Al Dhaheri, UAE Ambassador to Turkey, held a press briefing at the campaign launch to outline the goals and objectives of UAE hosting the key climate conference.
Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, United Arab Emirates’ Foreign Minister, will be participating in the 78th United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York this week. The UAE will engage with other member-countries on global challenges on climate change, countering extremism and terrorist groups,
The key objectives of the Mangrove Breakthrough are halting mangrove losses, restoring half of the recent mangrove loses, doubling the protection of mangroves on a global scale, and calling for an investment of $4b by 2030 to conserve and revitalise mangrove ecosystems.