Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week activities continue into Expo 2020 Dubai activities, focusing on the role of youth and women towards innovation and sustainability.
Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week activities will continue until next Wednesday, and activities began with the holding of the General Assembly of the International Renewable Energy Organization (IRENA) on January 15-16.
The Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week Summit was held on Monday, and the World Future Energy Summit, the Youth Center for Innovation Initiative and Sustainability will be held from January 17 to 19, and the Women’s Sustainability, Environment and Renewable Energy Forum will be held on Tuesday, January 18 and January 18-19. The Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum will be held on January 19 and the Abu Dhabi Sustainable Finance Forum will be held on January 19.
World Future Energy Summit
The World Future Energy Summit will be held today, Tuesday, and it represents a global platform that brings together innovators and entrepreneurs in the fields of energy, clean technology and performance to create a sustainable future.
The summit will host more than 840 exhibitors from 40 countries to showcase the latest solutions in the fields of clean energy, water, waste management, portability and smart city infrastructure.
The summit will include holding various forums to discuss key challenges and new trends in shaping sustainable growth opportunities around the world.
“Youth for Sustainability”
Sheikh Khalid bin Mohammed bin Saeed Al Nahyan, Member of the Abu Dhabi Emirate Executive Committee and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Office, sponsored the “Youth for Sustainability” Platform from January 17 to Wednesday. , January 19, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. .
This site provides opportunities for young people to develop into talented leaders who contribute to global efforts to build a more sustainable future. The site includes two programs: Future Sustainability Leaders and Sustainability Ambassadors.
During Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, the site is represented by an interactive center that attracts about 3,000 students throughout the week.
Today’s activities witness the continuation of the second day of the Master City-led global “innovation” initiative to identify and nurture the next generation of innovators of sustainable technologies.
The initiative brings together investors, innovators and the technology ecosystem in Abu Dhabi, and focuses on the areas of mobility, clean energy, agricultural technologies, food security, water, energy storage and artificial intelligence.
As part of its year-round program, the “Innovation” event will host live and virtual activities during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, one of the world’s largest sustainability meetings. The activities include an exhibition center dedicated to showcasing innovations and interacting with potential investors, as well as a virtual event dedicated to innovators, allowing them to participate in discussion sessions, and a specialized content center on the MasterCity website.
Innovative participants will be able to explore the unique benefits of setting up a business in the Mustard City, a global destination for research, development, technology and innovation.
Women’s Sustainability Forum
Today, Tuesday, the Women’s Forum for Sustainability, Environment and Renewable Energy will be held from 4pm to 5:30 pm and is considered the main event of the “Women’s Sustainability, Environment and Renewable Energy” site. The event is held annually within Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, one of the leading global meetings concerned with accelerating the pace of sustainable development. Gender balance.
The forum aims to encourage collaboration on new ideas, practical solutions and making current and future generations sustainable leaders. At the end of each session of the forum, a report is drawn up to act as the most important outcome of the forum, and provides a comprehensive overview and focuses on reviewing the discussions that have taken place and the key implications proposed for them. Topics of discussion.
The Women’s Forum for Sustainability, the Environment and Renewable Energy will discuss a number of key issues related to empowering women and providing equal access to clean energy, as well as exploring solutions to achieve gender equality and supporting the United Nations’ goal of achieving modernity. , Sustainable, reliable and low-cost energy sources worldwide by 2030.
3 main goals
Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week activities will officially start from January 17th and will continue until January 19th.
Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, the first major international event in the field of sustainability to be held after the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 26), attracts a distinguished group of leaders and experts interested in climate change. , Including state leaders, policymakers, sustainability experts and technological pioneers and many young leaders in the field.
Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2022 focuses on taking effective steps and steps in three areas, including international cooperation and leadership, economic development and technology and innovation.
The objectives of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week are in line with the document “Fifty Principles”, which paves the way for the strategic path of the United Arab Emirates in a new era and reflects the Government’s vision and its interest in enhancing development efforts in various economic, political and social spheres. .
As one of the largest meetings to discuss sustainability issues, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week provides a global platform for collaboration, knowledge exchange, investment and innovation as it annually attracts more than 45,000 participants representing more than 170 countries and hosts nearly 1,000 international organizations. .
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