Environment & Climate Change

Climate Change is one of the most pervasive and threatening issues of our time, with far-reaching impacts in the 21st century that need innovative solutions to contribute to solve. #WasteManagement #Water #MarineLife #WildLife #CarbonDioxide #NaturalDisasters #Crisis

Enabling green growth and the transition towards a more circular economy

Develop a green technology model that supports the adoption of the circular economy concept, by managing the natural resource life cycle; from the beginning of resource extraction through product design and manufacturing, to the resulting waste. This is essential for supporting green growth, promoting resource efficiency, and the concept of a circular economy. This technology contributes to the repair and reuse of products, recycling and waste management.

Ministry Of Climate Change & Environment

Increasing Pollution in the marine and coastal environment

Marine pollution occurs when harmful effects result from the entry into the ocean of chemicals, particles, industrial, agricultural and residential waste, noise, or the spread of invasive organisms. We aim to reduce pollution along the coast which could harm marine biodiversity.

Ministry Of Climate Change & Environment

Raise the percentage of UAE residents' satisfaction with the cost of auto fuel

According to the UAE Well-being report, the auto fuel cost satisfaction index is facing a decline and has to be raised, as the percentage reaches 62% - after surviving the opinion of 10 thousands Emiratis - which means that 6 of 10 residents are satisfied with the auto fuel’s cost. 57.1% of the residents stated that they are satisfied or completely satisfied with the cost. The report also indicates that Emiratis are not satisfied with the cost of fuel by 36%.

Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure Challenges

Reduce traffic bottlenecks in specific locations and encourage the public transport

Generally, congestion happens when the demand for a roadway is higher than its available capacity at a given point in time. Traffic congestion may be one byproduct of a thriving economyو where people and goods are traveling throughout the region at certain times during the day. However, there are also a wide variety of negative impacts of congestion. TomTom traffic index says congestion levels in Abu Dhabi have fallen over the past year bucking the global trend. But they are still high level, especially traffic congestion between Sharjah and Ajman (interconnected emirates), which results into: - Additional costs to the economy - Wasting hours of workو that causes inconvenience to drivers via extra travel time, which should be avoided from a road safety perspective - Non-exploitation of public transport

Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure