United Arab Emirates News Agency
United Arab Emirates Participates in the United Nations Conference on Biological Diversity "Investing in a Biological Diversity of People and the Planet" held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, from 17-29 November, to promote and to consolidate international efforts to halt biodiversity loss and protect systems Ecosystems that support food, water and health for billions of people.
The delegation includes Dr. Shaike Al Dahiri, Director of the Biodiversity Division of the Abu Dhabi Environmental Agency, Abd Al-Aziz Al-Swaidi, Director of the Marine Department of the Saudi Nature and Parks Authority, and special representatives from the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Dubai Municipality , The municipal department and planning in Las Vegas and in the city of Foggia. Deputy Director of Biodiversity and Marwa Al-Amiri, Coordinator of International Organizations at the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change at the high-level meeting at the margins of the conference.
The discussions at the conference address efforts to achieve the ICI's biodiversity targets and lay the groundwork for an alternative preparatory process for the current Global Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020. The conference also includes high-level meetings to discuss the integration of biodiversity into five key sectors of the economy, energy, gas, industry and health.
Conservation and development of wildlife is one of the first issues of interest to the UAE since its inception and represents the country's basic guide to environmental conservation and policy development, said Heba Al Shhi, Acting Director of the Office's biodiversity department for climate change and the environment.
She added that from the vision of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, "Since the establishment of the United Arab Emirates, the UAE has worked to balance its economic and social renaissance with preserving its cultural, social and environmental heritage.
In her speech, she reviewed the UAE's efforts in the field of biodiversity conservation and the environment in parallel with the development and growth of the energy, mining and infrastructure sectors, and noted the UAE's issuance of a package of domestic and federal laws and regulations such as the 1999 Federal Law on Environmental Protection And its development. These sectors identify the risks of their work and limit their impact on the HSE, including biodiversity where all activities should have an impact on the environment and stringent standards and standards in the areas of health, safety and continuous monitoring.
He also confirmed the commitment of the institutions operating in these sectors to implement a series of applied research and science and develop a number of projects that will reduce the environmental impact of their work environment, including Adnoc, focusing on the research and development of a commercial pattern for capturing, storing and using carbon. The project "Entrepreneurship" with the steel company of the Emirates company was removing 800,000 tons of carbon dioxide annually.
The integration of biodiversity conservation in the infrastructure sector, programs and strategies for the development of each sector in the UAE is a must in terms of environmental protection and sustainability criteria, with an emphasis on biodiversity conservation. Each developed project requires research and impact on the environment and the potential impact of the project on Environment.
She pointed to the launch of the Green Agenda 2030, which includes a number of work plans, including an integrated green infrastructure program, which deals with the implementation of sustainability standards and sustainable urban infrastructure development and the natural capital program, which deals with the evaluation of natural materials, Economic, climate change, all of which are important work programs aimed at protecting and protecting the environment.
The work of the conference includes a discussion on biodiversity, climate change and policy on various issues that will determine global trends in biodiversity protection, including information on the digital continuum of genetic resources, traditional knowledge, innovations and practices, sustainable wildlife management, biodiversity, climate change and planning. Protected areas, other effective conservation measures, biodiversity and biosphere, and invasive alien species.
Under the Convention on Biological Diversity and its Protocols – the Cartagena Protocol on Biological Safety and the Nagoya Protocol on access and sharing of allocations – governments of the Parties will address the important issues raised by emerging technologies, including how to manage developments in synthetic biology to maximize potential benefits and minimize risks. The implications of digital sequencing information on genetic resources will also be discussed on the objectives of the Convention and the Nagoya Protocol.
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