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  • UAE TO HOST FIRST GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON PARTNERSHIP FOR ACTION ON GREEN ECONOMY (PAGE Dubai 2014)
    HE_Dr. Rashid_Ahmed_Bin Fahad It is with great pleasure to welcome you to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the First Conference on Global Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE Dubai 2014).Under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Rashid Al Maktoom, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, the Ministry of Environment and Water is proud to host the first PAGE global conference in collaboration with United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), International Labor Organization (ILO), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). Reference to the Green Growth Strategy launched in 2012 under the slogan Green Economy for Sustainable Development, the UAE is committed towards adapting and implementing green economy on the national level and to support international initiatives to achieve sustainable development goals.The Ministry of Environment and Water is honored to host the PAGE Dubai 2014 and keen on providing all resources to assure its success and to make your participation and visit to the UAE an enjoyable experience.

    Welcome to PAGE Dubai 2014, Welcome to the UAE.

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    ddd “Accelerating the transition to an inclusive green economy is at the heart of creating a sustainable future for generations to come.

    We need to work together towards building the enabling conditions for such a transition by shifting investment and policies towards the creation of a new generation of assets from clean technologies and resource efficient infrastructure to well-functioning ecosystems, green skilled labour and good governance.This global gathering, generously hosted by the UAE provides an opportunity for more nations to consider how joining the PAGE initiative can assist in this process and how greener economies can contribute to a new global momentum for sustainability as the world works towards a robust Post-2015 development agenda.”