At the FII Brazil Summit, Al-Jubeir Discusses Saudi Arabia’s Climate Efforts

At the FII Brazil Summit, Al-Jubeir Discusses Saudi Arabia’s Climate Efforts

According to Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi Arabia’s climate envoy, the country is among the biggest investors in renewable energy and has massive projects planned to lessen the consequences of climate change as well as steps to improve global climate action.

These projects include a trash recycling program, the Middle East Green Initiative, and one of the largest hydrogen schemes in the world, which is being developed in NEOM, according to Al-Jubeir, who is also the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and a member of the Cabinet.

He addressed the Kingdom’s position and efforts in energy development, as well as its aim to be among the largest exporters of all types of energy, including clean, renewable, and traditional energy, during the Future Investment Initiative Institute’s Priority Summit in Brazil.

In order to achieve security, growth, and prosperity in the Kingdom, he went over the main goals of the Saudi Vision 2030, which include empowering young, enhancing the quality of life, and luring investments.

Al-Jubeir stated that because the Kingdom is situated between three continents and is encircled by the most significant waterways, it is striving to increase its connection and rapprochement with the rest of the world in order to confront climate concerns. It is also a significant player in the energy sector and a major investor in international markets.

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