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Zayed International Foundation for the Environment and ICBA Discuss Pathways to Sustainability ahead of COP 28
The Zayed International Foundation for the Environment recently hosted representatives of the International Center for Biosaline Agriculture (ICBA), a not-for-profit applied agricultural research center, at its office to discuss ways of collaboration and cooperation ahead of the upcoming COP28 in September.
The discussions were led by Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Bin Fahad, Chairman of the Higher Committee of the Zayed International Foundation for the Environment, and Dr. Tarifa A. Al Zaabi, Director General of International Center for Biosaline Agriculture ICBA), in the presence of key representatives from both organizations.
The purpose of this meeting was to explore potential avenues for mutual cooperation in the pursuit of sustainable environmental practices. This partnership aims to make significant strides toward addressing global environmental challenges and develop solutions and create impact ahead of COP 28. Both organizations share a common commitment to preserving our planet and mitigating the impacts of climate change.
Welcoming the guests, Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Bin Fahad, said: ""Collaboration is key to finding effective solutions to global issues such as food security and environmental sustainability. This meeting represents a significant step forward in our collective efforts to address the pressing environmental challenges of our time, and we are excited to explore opportunities with ICBA that will lead to a more resilient and sustainable future."
The meeting also witnessed a noteworthy exchange of knowledge and resources. The Zayed Foundation presented the latest additions of its research-led environmental publications to the ICBA team. These books, authored by leading environmental experts, provide valuable insights into contemporary environmental issues and sustainable solutions.