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EAD and TRENDS discuss prospects for cooperation

EAD and TRENDS discuss prospects for cooperation
22 May 2024 12:01

ABU DHABI (ALETIHAD)

A dialogue session was held on Tuesday between TRENDS Research and Advisory and the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD) at the Agency’s headquarters, with the aim of discussing prospects for joint research cooperation on topics of common interest.

The session, which was attended by Dr. Mohammed Abdullah Al-Ali, CEO of TRENDS, Dr. Shaikha Salem Al-Dhaheri, Secretary General of EAD, and several researchers and experts from both sides, discussed ways to enhance joint cooperation between the Centre and the Agency in sustainability and the environment, benefiting from the Centre’s extensive research expertise in surveys and opinion polls, and the design as well as implementing specialised training programmes.

Participants in the session stressed the importance of scientific research in addressing climate and environmental issues, and its role in supporting national efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. They noted that cooperation between research institutions and stakeholders is necessary to enhance scientific research capabilities and channel them towards finding innovative solutions to environmental challenges.

The session also discussed joint initiatives between TRENDS and EAD in sustainability, the environment, and identified areas of future cooperation, including exchanging data and information, organising joint conferences and symposiums, and preparing specialised studies and research.

The two sides agreed to enhance joint research cooperation between TRENDS and the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, and to develop future plans for cooperation in the fields of sustainability, environment, opinion polls and training.

Through this cooperation, the two sides seek to contribute to achieving sustainable development goals and enhance the UAE’s position as a leader in sustainability and the environment.

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