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Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) hosted distinguished leaders from a diverse range of countries and organizations for a Roundtable on Climate Change & Displacement.
This crucial loss of biodiversity has significant implications for humans and our planet, leading to the loss of ecosystem services such as clean air and water, food production, and disease control. It also disrupts the delicate balance of ecosystems, leading to cascading effects to food chains and other species, potentially causing irreparable damage to the planet.
As the world moves rapidly towards net zero, green hydrogen is expected to be one of the pillars on which a sustainable economy will be built. Read our ADSW Green Hydrogen Summit Report to learn more about the potential of green hydrogen.
When aligned with relevant technologies, the power of the blue economy can unlock the blue carbon market and help us towards achieving net zero. Read our latest report and understand the expert recommendations that were harvested during an ADSW Live Web Series episode.
Decarbonization budgets and a gap in commercially available ‘frontier’ technologies are some of the key issues facing hard-to-abate industries in their drive to achieve much-needed emission reductions. Discover the key findings from over 500 senior executives in our new global report.
Climate change will affect millions of lives in the MENA region. Regulation and top-down approaches by government will incentivize and improve sustainability in the private sector. Family Enterprises can tap into opportunities and minimize risks if we change the narrative.
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have increased their focus on taking actions to address climate change concerns. However, there is an urgent need to further accelerate decarbonizationi efforts, especially in the region’s power sector, by leveraging its tremendous renewables potential together with its abundant natural gas reserves, while transitioning away from liquid fuels.
Climate change has not only impacted the health of the planet, but of its people as well, as the World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 250,000 additional deaths will be caused every year between 2030 and 2050 from malnutrition, malaria, diarrhoea, and heat stress.