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H.E Mariam Almheiri is an Emirati is a Minister of Climate Change and Environment in the UAE. Almheiri attended RWTH Aachen University in Germany, where she received Bachelors and Master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering specialising in Development and Design Engineering.

Sessions

30/03/2022
09.20 - 09.50
DP World Arena
The pressing need for reliable, affordable, and secure clean energy is only growing as governments face an impending global energy crisis accelerated by climate change and conflict while populations and economies continue to grow. Global energy demand is set to increase nearly 30% by 2030, according to estimates, yet fossil fuels dominate energy production and consumption. Reliable and renewable sources of energy are needed for the global energy transition, which will benefit from technological innovation. To deliver net-zero growth and sustainability, all available clean energy sources must be harnessed. In this session, panelists will discuss the potential of nuclear energy in accelerating the clean energy transition.
30/03/2022
11.30 - 11.50
DEWA Hall
Food crises around the world exacerbated by conflict and the Covid-19 pandemic are foreshadowing a future of global food insecurity. Supply chain disruptions, population growth, consumer behavior, and climate change will take an even more considerable toll on global food systems unless decisive action is taken to increase global output and resilience. Aside from achieving synergy between global, regional, and domestic policy, innovation will be key to feeding future populations as world food demand is set to increase by 70% by 2050. In this session, global food security leaders outline policy recommendations to contain a looming food pandemic and combat world hunger.