Business organizations in 34 countries have signed on to the Marrakech Declaration, whereby they support the entry into force of the Paris Agreement and make suggestions. The Arab Chamber is a signatory.
CEO Michel Alaby will accompany the Brazilian minister of Agriculture Blairo Maggi to the UN conference in Morocco. He will also be at a business event championing the emission reduction targets.
An agreement was signed with the Brazilian Development Bank to make available the company’s technological solutions for the rehabilitation of degraded areas, sustainable use and forest monitoring.
The birds were brought as per an agreement between the Brazilian Environment Minister and the Al Wabra Wildlife Preservation, which protects, in captivity, endangered or extinct species.
The Brazil Qatar Challenge is open to natives of the Arab country aged 17 to 21. The winners will travel to Brazil to engage in adventure sports and help rebuild a school in the forest.
The first of its kind in the world, the project was developed in tandem by Japanese and Brazilian companies. The goal is to cut emissions of pollutants into the environment.
The airline of Dubai should make available US$ 150,000 for initiatives for conservation of the environment around the world. The programs should have an impact on countries served by the company. Enrolment ends on April 25th.
A World Bank study shows that African cities are those that grow fastest in the world and warns that the water system is not prepared to supply this demand.