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EXHIBITIONS, EVENTS ETC. - ENVIRONMENT 2003 - EXH & CONFERENCE

Four hundred local and international firms to participate in Environment Exhibition 2005

Posted on 25/05/2004

About 400 local and international firms will participate at the Abu Dhabi Environmental Exhibition and Conference which will be held in January-February 2005. The event will be held under the patronage of H.H President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. Speaking to a group of diplomats and journalists, Ahmed Humaid Al Mazroui, Director General of the General Exhibitions Corporation for, said the number of the exhibitors at the show would increase by 30 per cent as compared to the 2003 ...  >>MORE

Dubai 2003 bond launched

Posted on 12/05/2003

A presentation (roadshow) for investors in the Dh1.5 billion Dubai 2003 bond was held yesterday. The final pricing of the bond will be based on the five-year U.S. dollar swap rate plus a spread to be established following a "price discovery exercise" undertaken by the joint lead arrangers yesterday. This process is being used for the first time in the UAE for a bond issue and will help ensure that the issue spread reflects market demand. "This transaction marks a new chapter in the ...  >>MORE

Arab states get highest aid for environmental projects

Posted on 07/02/2003

Arab countries account for the highest aid received from the Kuwait Fund for Arab Development for environmental projects, a UAE paper reported yesteday. 'The Arab countries received 52.9 per cent of the total value of loans, while African countries received 17.8 per cent. The Asian and European countries received some 26.9 per cent, while Latin American and Caribbean countries received a mere 2.4 per cent,' said the Gulf News citing a Kuwaiti- based fund. According to a statement by the ...  >>MORE

Nahyan meets delegation of scientists

Posted on 06/02/2003

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research received in Abu Dhabi yesterday a delegation of scientists who participated in the Second Environment and Energy Exhibition and Conference which concluded yesterday. The five-day exhibition and conference was held under the patronage of President H.H Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The delegation was led by Dr. Claude Martin, Director General of the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF). Also present were ...  >>MORE

War on Iraq will have disastrous effect on environment

Posted on 06/02/2003

Syrian Oil Minister Dr. Ibrahim Al Haddad has warned of disastrous environmental effects of a possible war against Iraq on all countries of the region. " When missiles fall and explode along Iraq's borders with Syria and Jordan, mechanical and thermal oscillation will follow and will have high radioactive and chemical emissions," Al Haddad said in an exclusive statement to WAM yesterday. He also warned of use of depleted uranium in any shelling on Iraq. " It was previously used against the ...  >>MORE

Energy Conference issues Abu Dhabi Declaration

Posted on 04/02/2003

Arab Ministers of Environment and energy meeting here in Abu Dhabi to forge a unified stance on environmental and energy issues have, at the end their meeting yesterday, reiterated the rights of Arab countries to sustainably develop and judiciously tap their natural resources. They called for the need for uninterrupted supply of oil and gas to the international market to ensure sustainable development, which energy represents one of its basic factors. In a joint statement, known as "The Abu ...  >>MORE

Al Nassiri opens joint ministerial meeting of environment ministers

Posted on 04/02/2003

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Obeid bin Saif Al Nassiri, has reiterated the need for Arab countries to come out with a unified stand on how to deal with international blocs on environmental and energy issues. In his opening address to a joint meeting of ministers in charge of environmental and energy affairs, which is being held here at the Abu Dhabi Intercontinental Hotel, as part of the activities of the 2003 Environment and Energy Conference, which opened on Sunday, Al Nassiri ...  >>MORE

FEA chief urges Arabs to pursue efforts to conserve environment

Posted on 04/02/2003

The Abu Dhabi Declaration on Environment and Energy, which was issued yesterday by Arab ministers responsible for environment and energy, is a great step towards enhancing Arab cooperation in the two critical domains, a senior environmentalist said today. 'The Declaration will be submitted to the Arab League and then to the upcoming Arab summit in Bahrain. It will provide a framework for future common action in environment and energy in the Arab World,' Director of the Federal Environmental ...  >>MORE

Mansour bin Zayed inaugurates Environment and Energy 2003

Posted on 03/02/2003

Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Director General of the President's Office, inaugurated here today at the Abu Dhabi International Exhibition Centre, the Exhibition and Conference on Environment and Energy 2003, being held under the patronage of President H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. A large number of Arab ministers in charge of environment and energy and Arab and foreign experts from across, as well as specialist international companies are taking part in this event, which is the ...  >>MORE

Hamdan's statement on 6th National Environment Day

Posted on 03/02/2003

In a statement commemorating the UAE's 6th National Environment Day, Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Deputy Chairman of the Environmental Research and Wildlife Development Agency (ERWDA), spoke of the UAE's increasingly significant role in addressing environmental conservation and sustainable development on an international level. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan said: "The organizing of the Environment and Energy 2003 Exhibition and Conference ...  >>MORE

Madfa praises Zayed efforts in protecting the environment

Posted on 03/02/2003

Hamad Abdul Rahman Al Madfa, Minister of Health and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Environment Agency (FEA) has praised the efforts of President H.H Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan in protecting the environment and achieving sustainable development. Madfa said in statement on the sidelines of the of the Second Environment Exhibition and Conference that the keenness of President Sheikh Zayed has made it possible for the developmental policies of the country to be modelled to ...  >>MORE

Arab Environment Ministers hail UAE Environmental achievements

Posted on 03/02/2003

Arab Energy and Environment Ministers who are participating in the Second Environment and Exhibition and Conference which opened in Abu Dhabi yesterday have hailed the remarkable progress that the UAE has made in the area of environmental protection "The fact that the second Environment Exhibition and Conference is being held under the patronage of President H.H Sheikh Zayed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, shows the significance that the UAE attaches to environmental and wildlife conservation ...  >>MORE

Zayed calls for unified Arab work on Environment and Energy

Posted on 03/02/2003

President H.H. Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan al Nahyan has called for unified Arab work in the field of environmental protection. He also called for support for the cooperation and coordination efforts among Arabs in that field. Sheikh Zayed made the call in his opening address to the 2003 Environment and Energy Exhibition and Conference, which opened in Abu Dhabi yesterday at the premises of the General Exhibitions Corporation, GEC. The conference was opened by Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al ...  >>MORE

Qatari Energy Minister arrives in UAE

Posted on 02/02/2003

Qatar's Energy and Finance Minister, Abdullah bin Hamad Al Atiyya, arrived in Abu Dhabi last night to take part in the Environment and Energy Exhibition and Conference, which opens here today at the premises of the General Exhibitions Corporation. He was received on arrival at the Abu Dhabi International Airport by Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Obeid bin Saif Al Nasiri, Acting Under Secretary for the Ministry, Nasser Al Sharhan and Qatari Ambassador, Abdullah Mohammed Al Othman. ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Mansour to inaugurate Environment 2003

Posted on 02/02/2003

Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Director General of the President's office, will today inaugurate the Exhibition and Conference on Environment and Energy 2003 to be held under the patronage of H.H. President Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan. Ali Al Tunaiji, Director General of the General Exhibitions Corporation, GEC, said that the exhibition was the biggest event of its kind in the Middle East and brings together the best environmental products manufacturers. He said that more than 300 ...  >>MORE

Dolphin sponsors Environment and Energy 2003 expo

Posted on 02/02/2003

Dolphin Energy Limited (DEL) is a lead sponsor of the Environment & Energy 2003 exhibition, opening at the Abu Dhabi International Exhibition Centre (ADIEC) tomorrow. Dolphin Energy will host its own stand at the show, as part of its commitment to environmental awareness in the Gulf. CEO Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh will also deliver a keynote address to the associated conference, according to a press release from DEL issued yesterday. The company's major energy initiative, the Dolphin Project, ...  >>MORE

War will affect ecological balance – Sheikh Hamdan

Posted on 02/02/2003

The outbreak of a war in the Gulf region will adversely affect the environment, ecological balance and biodiversity, said Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs yesterday. "The damage cannot be gauged at this point," added Sheikh Hamdan, who is also Deputy Chairman of the Environmental Research and Wildlife Development Agency (ERWDA). Sheikh Hamdan was speaking ahead of the Environment and Energy Conference and Exhibition 2003 which gets underway in ...  >>MORE

Environment and energy meet begins tomorrow

Posted on 01/02/2003

Arab and international environment and energy experts and around 300 companies from 28 countries will gather here tomorrow for the Environment and Energy Conference and Exhibition (Environment 2003), a senior General Exhibition Corporation said. Saeed bin Jaber Al Suwaidi, Chairman of the General Exhibition Corporation, said the event, which is being organised by the Environment Research and Wildlife Development Agency, would shed light on the UAE's environmental efforts at local, regional and ...  >>MORE

Environment 2003 gains increasing momentum: Bowardi

Posted on 31/01/2003

It is high time for Arab World to lay down a comprehensive environmental energy strategy, taking the socio-economic and technological factors into consideration, a senior environmentalist said. Managing Director of the Environment Research and Wildlife Development Agency (ERWDA) Mohammed Al Bowardi said the February 2-5 Environment and Energy Conference and Exhibition (Environment 2003) is gaining increasing momentum at a time when the world is paying proper attention to the conservation and ...  >>MORE

Stage set for Environment 2003 Exhibition and Conference

Posted on 22/01/2003

Under the patronage of President HH Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the stage is set for Abu Dhabi to host Environment 2003 Exhibition and Conference which will be held under the theme "Environment and Energy". The Environmental Research and Wildlife Development Agency, ERWDA in co-operation with the General Exhibition Cooperation is organizing this major international conference and exhibition on the environment, scheduled to take place from 2 to 5 February 2003. Majid Al Mansouri, ...  >>MORE

Environment and Energy 2003 a major event in Arab region

Posted on 20/01/2003

The Environment and Energy 2003 Exhibition and Conference, to be held from February 2-5, in the capital, is being deemed as one of the most significant events to be held in the Arab region, said Majid Al Mansouri, ERWDA's Secretary General, in an interview with Emirates News Agency, WAM. The following is the full text of the interview: Q1: Regarding the Environment and Energy 2003 Exhibition and Conference to be held from February 2-5, 2003. How are preparations for this major event going? ...  >>MORE

Energy and Environment Exhibition to be held in February in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 25/11/2002

The Abu Dhabi International Exhibition Centre will host the "Energy and Environment Exhibition and conference” from February 2-5, 2003. The exhibition, which will be held under the patronage of President H.H Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, will be attended by a number of experts and environmentalists from around the world. It will be organised by the General Exhibitions Corporation in coordination with he Environmental Research and Wild Life Development Agency (ERWDA). "A number of ...  >>MORE

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