Saudi Arabia is currently the largest oil exporter in the world. This does not mean, however, that the state is not paying attention to current trends. He wants to fight to protect the environment, so on Saturday, Mohammed bin Salman presented the first details of the “green initiative.” The full plan will be released during the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow on October 31 – November 12.
According to the presented plan, Saudi Arabia wants to achieve zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2060 – PAP reports. At the same time, it also intends to increase the annual target of reducing carbon dioxide emissions to nearly 280 million tons. He wants to reach that ceiling by 2030.
Mohammed bin said that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia aims to achieve net zero emissions by 2060 as part of the circular economy program in line with the government’s development plan… while maintaining the Kingdom’s leading role in enhancing the security and stability of global oil markets. Salman quoted by PAP.
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Saudi Arabia wants to protect the environment
These are the following pro-environmental activities in Saudi Arabia. Already in March, the country pledged to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 4 percent. Through various initiatives – incl. Producing 50 percent of renewable energy demand by 2030 and planting billions of trees in desert areas.
“I am pleased to be able to start initiatives in the energy sector that will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 278 million tons per year by 2030, more than double the previously announced annual reduction target of about 130 million tons,” the Saudi crown prince emphasized. throne.
Earlier, the United Arab Emirates announced a plan to achieve carbon neutrality. Local authorities gave time until the end of 2050.
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