The UAE has pledged to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and announced it would invest $163 billion in clean and renewable energy and key technologies. The UAE will host the COP28 United Nations climate change conference beginning in November 2023.The UAE’s Vision 2021 sets ambitious goals for the nation to become a global model and leader in sustainability under the “Green Economy for Sustainable Development” initiative. Under this initiative, the UAE aims to: Increase global competitiveness by increasing the share of renewable, clean, and alternative sources of energy in the country’s energy mix. Establish robust recycling and waste management industries, including several waste-to-energy plants. Develop efficient reverse osmosis seawater desalination plants to replace older, energy intensive thermal plants. Improve water efficiency through “reduce and reuse” initiatives. Implement green standards in the construction and management of buildings; and Adopt green products and technologies. The UAE and local governments in Dubai and Abu Dhabi launched various platforms to engage businesses to boost best practices

Commitment to Sustainability

Dubai is committed to fostering sustainable development and preserving its environment for future generations. The city has undertaken various initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint, increase energy efficiency, and promote the use of renewable energy sources. Key projects include the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, an ambitious endeavor aiming to generate 5,000 MW of clean energy by 2030, and the Dubai Clean Clean Energy Strategy 2050, which seeks to achieve 75% of the city’s energy from clean sources by 2050.

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