Saudi Green Initiative Forum
Today, Saturday, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman inaugurated the Saudi Green Initiative Forum in Riyadh, announcing the Kingdom's new "green" goals.
The forum will discuss Saudi Arabia's environmental efforts with guests including high-level government leaders and international personalities.
His Highness the Crown Prince said: "In this forum, we announce the roadmap of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to protect the environment and confront climate change. It will be
This annual forum serves as a platform to launch our new environmental initiatives and monitor the impact of previously announced initiatives.”
He added, "I am pleased to launch initiatives in the energy sector that will reduce carbon emissions by (278) million tons annually by 2030, thereby voluntarily more than double the announced target estimated at (130) million tons annually."
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced the kingdom's accession to the global pledge on methane, "which aims to reduce global methane emissions by 30 percent."
And as the Crown Prince announced the intention of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to join the Global Ocean Alliance, and the coalition to eliminate plastic waste in oceans and beaches,
and the Convention on Sport for Climate Action, the creation of a global center for sustainable tourism, and the non-profit organization Exploration of the Seas and Oceans.
"I am looking forward to the summit of the Middle East Green Initiative, which we will host the day after tomorrow, with the aim of joining and coordinating efforts among the countries of the region to develop the necessary plans to achieve the goal of the Green Middle East Initiative." He is done.