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The COP28 Climate Summit will be held at the Dubai Expo, the UAE President says

Over 45,000 people per day, including heads of state and government officials, are anticipated at City Conference.

The 28th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28) will be held at Dubai Expo City, as ordered by President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

The mandate highlights the venue’s distinctive value as a cutting-edge location, which for six months welcomed people from around the world to the UAE. Achieving sustainability and supporting international action as crucial stages in addressing global concerns are comparable goals shared by both Expo 2020 and COP28.

The implementation of climate commitments and pledges, inclusion, working together to take concrete action and identify solutions that help to overcome challenges, and seizing opportunities to ensure a sustainable future for both present and future generations are some of the key pillars that the COP28 is focused on.
In keeping with the UAE’s vision for COP28, the choice of Dubai Expo City as the site for the conference builds on the legacy and message of “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future” and affirms commitment to the themes of sustainability, opportunity, and mobility while showcasing its cutting-edge and sustainable infrastructure.

Over 45,000 people a day are anticipated to attend the conference, including heads of state, government officials, prominent figures from the commercial sector, academia, and civil society organizations.

The new city will serve as a hub for innovation and creativity around the world, according to His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai. It will serve as an example of a city in the future that maintains the UAE’s It has plans to spend more than $50 billion on further initiatives, such those involving hydrogen and ammonia, during the following ten years.

The UAE runs three of the biggest and most affordable solar power facilities in the world and has made investments in renewable energy projects in 70 different nations. 27 island nations that are resource-constrained and especially vulnerable to the effects of climate change will receive grants and loans totaling more than $1 billion as a result of these initiatives.