Qatar is set to use a climate technology application at the World Cup 2022
Qatar emphasized its commitment to combating climate change, claiming that the nation has concentrated on doing so within the context of its 2030 national vision, making it one of the four primary pillars.
During an interactive discussion with the Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights in the context of climate change at the UN Human Rights Council's 50th session, this was said during a statement read by Salem Jaber Al Harami, a researcher in the area of international relations at the office of the Assistant Foreign Minister. The discussion was about article three of the council's agenda.
In accordance with the Special Rapporteur's aims, he continued, Qatar is paying close attention to how climate technologies are affecting human rights. He said that a few climate technology applications will be introduced in time for Qatar to host the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 at the end of this year, making it the first World Cup to be carbon neutral.
Salem Jaber Al Harami further mentioned that it carried out various projects that reduced carbon dioxide emissions and relied on renewable energy sources, in addition to adopting several measures to protect the environment and natural resources.
He said that Doha held the Qatar Climate Change Conference 2021 in September, which covered a variety of climate change-related topics.
Qatar's promise to help small, developing island states deal with climate change is evidence of its commitment to international cooperation in the field of environmental conservation.
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Source Credits: Qatar News Agency