Oman to host Climate Week in February 2025

Muscat: The Sultanate of Oman, represented by the Environment Authority, will host Climate Week for the first time from February 24 to 27, 2025, with the aim of uniting the world in supporting climate action and focusing on the Sultanate of Oman’s commitment to a zero-emission future.

The importance of the event comes in light of the increasing global focus on mitigating climate change and renewable energy to combat global warming.

The week will address a series of events required to achieve a 1.5°C-compatible outcome in 2025 agreed at COP29, and will focus on collaboration between governments and sectors to reduce climate impact. His Excellency Dr. Abdullah bin Ali Al Amri, Chairman of the Environment Agency, stressed the need for urgent climate action, expanding investments to combat climate change, and the need to take urgent measures in financing, adapting to climate impacts, reducing emissions, phasing out coal, setting a price on carbon, and ensuring a smooth transition to renewable energy to protect the environment for future generations. Key themes of Climate Week include climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation, climate change investment finance, carbon markets, climate technologies, loss and damage, and social inclusion.

Oman is working to address climate change, with a strong focus on transitioning to renewable energy and an action plan to scale up solutions to achieve decarbonization. Oman Vision 2040 and its National Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategy emphasize the need for resilient infrastructure.

Oman Climate Week provides a platform for global industry leaders, policy makers and innovators to showcase progress, collaborate and exchange ideas on climate change mitigation and explore opportunities in Oman and the MENA region.

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