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UAE Industry Minister urged an increase in the use of renewable energy to protect the environment

UAE Industry Minister urged an increase in the use of renewable energy to protect the environment

Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology of the United Arab Emirates has called for a massive increase in the use of renewable energy. He is the President of the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) to be held in Dubai next November 2023.

He called on the partners in the opening speech of the “Petersburg Climate Dialogue”, a meeting of climate diplomats held in Berlin, Germany, recently before this conference.

“We will increase investment in the renewable energy sector, which will triple by 2030 and double by 2040, Al Jaber said. His call marked a point in the International Energy Agency’s plan,” which the public supports.

He said the focus should be on the emissions while increasing renewable energy. The United Nations and environmental organizations have been encouraging and emphasizing the use of renewable energy to combat climate change and achieve a sustainable energy system.

Renewable energy is an energy source that can be reused in a short period of time. Renewable energy is now widely accepted worldwide as a solution for meeting electricity and energy needs, unlike the fossil fuels that have been used previously. Emphasis should be placed on phasing out the use of fossil

Instead, viable, cost-effective, zero-carbon alternatives should be phased in. Climate scientists recently said that the average temperature in the world may be a new record in 2023 or 2024.

Earlier this year, the United Nations climate expert panel warned that if the global temperature rises by more than 1.5 degrees Celsius, there will be a catastrophic outcome.

German Foreign Minister Annalena Bierbock, convenor of the Petersburg climate dialogue, said it would be possible to raise $100 billion this year. Meanwhile, a study found that many Europeans are concerned about the climate crisis and willing to take personal action.

It will aid in supporting government policies aimed at managing the situation. But the more their lifestyle changes, the less supportive they become. EU Gov tested support for climate action in the UK, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, and Italy, The Guardian reports.

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