Events During Environment Week Highlighted Saudi Arabia’s Position as a Leader

Events During Environment Week Highlighted Saudi Arabia’s Position as a Leader

RIYADH: The Middle East and North Africa are renowned for having a hot, dry climate Environment with limited water supplies. One of the main causes of the region’s enduring problems with drought, desertification, and land degradation is the harsh climate.

These issues cause imbalances in various ecosystems, which hurt the agriculture industry and put the local populace in a difficult financial situation. Regular discussions on this issue have been driven by Saudi Arabia’s growing significance in the region. Environment Week has provided a chance to assess the difficulties that lie ahead and the progress that has been accomplished thus far. Events held during Environment Week emphasized Saudi Arabia’s leadership in environmental preservation and sustainable development.

Environmentalists were provided with a forum for discussion on various topics, naturally focusing on land degradation, drought, and desertification. This time, Ibrahim Thiaw, the executive secretary of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification, was interviewed by Arab News in Riyadh.

“Humanity now finds it very difficult to deal with the frequency of challenges,” he declared. Of course, Saudi Arabia is involved in a significant way. Since its economy is not small, there is a growing need for assistance from Saudi Arabia.

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