Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the UAE, Prime Minister of Dubai, announced that Expo Dubai has become a completely clean and renewable energy free zone. This aligns with COP28 being currently held in Dubai.
On his official X (formerly Twitter) account, Sheikh Mohammed conveyed: “Ten years ago, the world entrusted Dubai and the UAE with the profound responsibility of bringing the world together at Expo 2020. Since then, we have continued to connect minds to create a better future for all.”
“Once more, world leaders and global institutions gather together at Expo City Dubai for COP28, which aims to deliver ambitiously for our planet. At this occasion, we proudly announce our vision for this city: its central pillar is sustainability, a destination for companies focused on sustainability and meaningful partnerships; a center to launch initiatives focused on preserving and sustaining our planet,” Sheikh Mohammed added.
Moreover, Sheikh Mohammed said: “Expo City Dubai is a free zone powered by clean and renewable energy and a destination for pioneers of this sector, from businesses, start-ups, innovators, institutes, and creative minds, all dedicated to the serving the sustainability of the planet. We invite all those driven with this sense of purpose and committed to sustainability to join us at Expo City Dubai, a city we built for the world, to deliver a better future for all.”
COP28 kicked off on November 30 at Expo Dubai, UAE, and will extend until December 12. The event represents a pivotal moment where the global community joins forces to address the pressing issue of climate change. It serves as a platform for collaborative action and the development of effective solutions, necessitating cooperation among civil society, governments, industries, and all sectors of the economy.
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