The First National Greening Forum was Held in Riyadh

The First National Greening Forum was Held in Riyadh

RIYADH: As countries worldwide seek to invest in nature-based solutions to environmental problems, Saudi experts gathered in Riyadh for the inaugural National Greening Forum to discuss the most pressing issues.

The forum, launched under the patronage of Minister of Environment, Water, and Agriculture Abdulrahman Al-Fadhli, was organised by the National Centre for Vegetation Cover Development and Combating Desertification and attended by Minister of Municipal, Rural Affairs, and Housing Majed Al-Hogail, as well as several other ministers, organizations, and environmental specialists from local, regional, and international sectors.

In his opening speech, the center’s CEO, Khalid Al-Abdulqader, stated that the forum would “unify and consolidate national efforts to enhance vegetation cover and mitigate land degradation.”

Regarding the restoration of green spaces in the Kingdom, he stated, “We are committed to restoring natural green spaces using sustainable irrigation methods, planting local tree species, and ensuring their protection and monitoring through advanced technologies.”

In a panel discussion titled “Nature-Based Solutions: Key to Transformation,” industry specialists and experts discussed various issues related to promoting the natural growth of trees and their environmental impact, as well as industries involved in ecological issues and how their institutions work to find sustainable solutions for the future.

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