Strategies, technologies & partnerships for a clear & sustainable future

In the UAE, air quality is one of the key issues in the UAE National Vision 2021 agenda, with an aim to raise air quality from its current level to 90% by 2021. With this in mind, the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment together with its public and private sector partners has established strategic plans for each emirate and has implemented sustainable development goals (SDGs) to meet targets set by the United Nations for 2030. In addition, the UAE has committed more than USD 840 million (AED 3.1 billion) to renewable energy in more than 30 countries.

With air pollution control at the forefront of the national agenda, the Clean Air Forum 2018 will bring together key stakeholders to discuss the latest regulations for improving air quality control, innovative technologies for conserving energy and reducing air pollutants, benchmarking with international best practices for air pollution control, and exploring green, clean and efficient energy sources.

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Welcome Letter from the Minister


His Excellency Dr. Thani AlZeyoudi

Minister of Climate Change and Environment

UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment

Air quality is one of the key issues in the UAE National Vision 2021 agenda, with an aim to raise air quality from its current level to 90% by 2021. With this in mind, the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment together with its public and private sector partners has established strategic plans for each emirate and has implemented sustainable development goals (SDGs) to meet targets set by the United Nations for 2030.

In addition, the UAE has committed more than USD 840 million (AED 3.1 billion) to renewable energy in more than 30 countries. To meet these goals, the region has seen an increase in innovative technologies for conserving energy and reducing air pollutants, the adoption of best practices for air pollution control, and a shift towards green, clean and efficient energy sources. Smart grids, low emission vehicles, electric transport and smart mobility, energy consumption monitoring, waste management, fossil fuel storage and extraction are some of the initiatives that we have been encouraging a lot in the UAE to help achieve our strategic vision and objectives.

Today, we are transforming the environmental and climatic challenges we face into opportunities to advance sustainable development in its economic, social and environmental dimensions and to continue our efforts over the past years to preserve and sustain our environment for future generations.

On this note, it is a pleasure to invite you to participate at the 2nd Annual Clean Air Forum. We wish you an enjoyable, value-added and informative event and we look forward to meeting you in Abu Dhabi this December.

Why Attend?

Understand the latest regulations for monitoring and improving air quality both regionally and globally

Gain insight into the cutting-edge advancements in renewable, clean and efficient energy sources

Discover innovative strategies for conserving energy across industry sectors

Be part of the important discussions on collaboration between stakeholders to improve air quality for the benefit of public health

Embrace changes in modern sustainable transportation for emission reduction

Promote the importance of air quality management through public awareness campaigns

Who should attend?

Ministries

Environmental
Agencies

Municipalities

Road and
Transport
Authorities

Healthcare
Authorities

Power
and Water
Authorities

Oil and Gas
Companies

Manufacturing
Companies

Automotive
Companies

Construction
and Real
Estate
Developers

Technology
Developers

Academic
Institutes

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Supporting Associations
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Supporting Partners
Media Partners