United Arab Emirates: The crown prince of Dubai, Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, announced the adaptation of the roadmap and blueprint to complete the smooth transition towards Zero-emission public transport in the country till the year 2050. The decision was announced during the Executive Council meeting held in Dubai.
Hamdan Bin Mohammed noted that Dubai had become a global example in the field of sustainability and development in various growth areas around the globe. It has made a mark in the world as a growing nation in terms of dealing with environmental problems and enhancing its ecosystem.
During our meeting at The Executive Council, we approved a road map to transform public transport in Dubai to emission-free by 2050. Dubai became a global model of sustainability, and we look forward to welcoming the world to COP28 in Expo City Dubai pic.twitter.com/BPO5sas27c
— Hamdan bin Mohammed (@HamdanMohammed) November 16, 2022
Al Maktoum uploaded several photographs from the Executive Council meeting on his social media account. Many top-level officials attended the meeting and discussed how to implement adaptation policies on a large scale.
United Arab Emirates is looking forward to hosting other nations worldwide at the COP28 (28th edition of the conference of parties) Climate Change Summit in Expo city Dubai later next year from 6 to 17 November.
Public transport emissions can be considered as one of the primary reasons behind the polluted climate at a global level. The emission causes the release of harmful gases, which get observed in the environment and end up worsening the climate.
Furthermore, the government’s plan to add improvements in public transport will reduce the overall emission of the dangerous gases produced by vehicles as per reports.
The strategies and transition in the project will help the nation purify its climate. It will also boost their overall standings in climate change operations around the world. The project will resolve the country’s environmental issues at a significant scale.
The United Arab Emirates will lead the conference of parties at the climate summit in November 2023. All the participating countries will present their future projections and plans to conduct a smooth transition and adaptation toward living in an emission-free world.