Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
As part of its activities and contributions to the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28), the Trends Center for Research and Consultancy organized a panel discussion on its new book “Climate Change and Transboundary Challenges in the Middle East and Africa,” and its chapters, in which Experts, researchers and teachers participated.Book.
CEO of Trends Center Dr. Muhammad Abdullah Al-Ali, speaking at the launch of the book, emphasized that the COP28 conference represents a historic moment for the future of the Earth, and constitutes a real and important opportunity to achieve it. We must seize this opportunity to make practical progress in efforts to address the climate crisis.
He explained that in line with the global agenda aimed at creating a sustainable future, Trends Center for Research and Consulting is proud to present its new book. The chapters, written by well-known experts in climate change, resource management and energy transition, highlight the most pressing global challenges of the moment.
He said this in-depth research work presented multiple perspectives on the political, economic, geopolitical and humanitarian dimensions of mitigating and adapting to the effects of climate change in the Middle East and Africa. Climate change.
The first session dealt with social aspects of climate change and conflict dynamics and was moderated by researcher Abdul Rahman Al-Junaibi, who pointed out that the session seeks to discuss perspectives and ideas that contribute to achieving greater sustainability.