The Minister of Oil and Environment discusses strengthening cooperation with the Global Green Growth Institute

The Minister of Oil and Environment discusses strengthening cooperation with the Global Green Growth Institute
The Minister of Oil and Environment discusses strengthening cooperation with the Global Green Growth Institute
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Manama, Jan. 22 (BNA): His Excellency the Minister of Oil and Environment, Special Envoy for Climate Affairs, Dr. Mohammed bin Mubarak bin Dinah, received Ms. Helena MacLeod, Deputy Director-General and Head of Green Growth Planning and Implementation at the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), and the accompanying delegation, with the aim of discussing ways to enhance Aspects of cooperation in the areas of green growth and adaptation to the effects of climate change.

At the beginning of the meeting, Dr. Bin Dainah praised the level of cooperation and partnership between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the institute in environmental matters, stressing the keenness of the Kingdom of Bahrain to enhance environmental and climate cooperation with international organizations and institutes promoting the achievement of sustainable development goals.

During the meeting, they discussed bilateral cooperation through the national investment plan for adaptation to climate change, which is being worked on between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the institute. The delegation was briefed on the plan’s work map, and the various programs and projects that have been accomplished that enhance the efforts of the Kingdom of Bahrain to adapt to the effects of climate change.

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For its part, the delegation expressed its thanks to the Minister of Oil and Environment for the warm reception and the important topics that were reviewed, praising the achievement of the existing cooperation between the two sides in terms of targeted programs that embody international cooperation in order to achieve the goals of sustainable development.

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