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COP28 Briefing to Singapore Companies, 10 July


Mon, 10 July: The UAE Singapore Business Council (UAESBC) organised a briefing session by our friends from the COP28 UAE Presidency office. They shared with the audience useful and important information on how Singaporean businesses can take part in the historic climate conference from November 30 to December 12, 2023. The session was opened by remarks from His Excellency Jamal Al Suwaidi, UAE Ambassador to Singapore who is also the UAESBC Patron.

Ms Doaa Halstead from the International Partnerships and Sponsorships team of COP28 gave a very concise and informative presentation of the important points for participation at the COP28. This includes information on the Green Zone which is an experience-led curation for the private sector housing the following hubs:

  1. Decarbonization Hub - This is the executive space the COP 28 UAE where sponsors can connect, collaborate by sharing insights to combat clement change. This lets leaders share their sustainability ideas that allows partnerships to reach net zero.

  2. Technology & Innovation Hub - This hub represents the convergence of cutting-edge technologies with innovative solutions. To tackle climate change by having business and government including civil society to fouls on the sustainability issues.

  3. Knowledge Hub - This hub is a powerful platform that will unify NGO’s, local government, and UAE ministries to innovate through thematic experiences when addressing the relevant climate challenges with solutions.

The deadline for submission of applications for COP28 participation by private sector is 31st July 2023. UAESBC is dedicated to making climate-conscious organizations visible and present in Singapore during COP28 UAE. If you were unable to attend the briefing but are interested in learning more about the private sector's involvement in the Summit, please contact us at contactus@uaesbc.com.


Below are screenshots captured from the webinar:
















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