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En su papel de Directora Gerente de la Agencia de Medio Ambiente de Abu Dhabi, Fondo de Conservación de Especies Mohamed bin Zayed y Emirates Nature WWF, Razan a menudo llama la atención sobre los problemas y las soluciones relacionadas con el medio ambiente y la conservación de especies. A continuación un resumen de las noticias sobre Razan.

Noticias y novedades

Emirati environmentalist Razan Al Mubarak in running to lead global wildlife agency

1st Jan 1970 | The National

An Emirati environmentalist will run for the presidency of a global conservation body working to preserve wildlife and nature. Razan Al Mubarak was chosen as one of the two candidates to head the Switzerland-based International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).Ms Al Mubarak, managing director of the Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund and head […]

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Heroes of Sustainability: Meet the individuals who have dedicated their careers to creating a greener future for all

1st Jan 1970 | The National

Razan Al Mubarak has been at the forefront of the UAE’s successful efforts in the conservation of key species over the last decade. Like most mothers, she aspires for her daughter to grow up in a world of clean air and water, graced by nature. Unlike most three-year-olds, however, that little girl has a parent […]

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Climate change playbook is a threat to the conservation cause

1st Jan 1970 | The UAE National

As preparations get underway for a landmark UN-sponsored conference on bio-diversity in China next year, a leading conservationist has given warning that the issue needs to be seen as separate to the climate change agenda. Razan Al Mubarak, the head of the Mohammed Bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund, told a panel at the Paris Peace […]

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EAD hosts 4th IUCN Species Survival Commission Leaders’ Meeting in Abu Dhabi

1st Jan 1970 | Emirates News Agency

Under the patronage of the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, the Species Survival Commission, SSC, of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, IUCN, today opened its four-day Leaders’ Meeting in the UAE capital. The conference has brought together more than 350 conservation experts, including the IUCN Secretariat and other IUCN commissions, Red List […]

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Species Conservation Experts to Unite in Abu Dhabi to Enhance Global Action for Biodiversity

1st Jan 1970 | IUCN

The highly anticipated gathering of international experts aims to heavily influence the functioning, growth and integration of species conservation work. Eleven years after the first International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Species Survival Commission (SCC) Leaders’ Meeting held in Al Ain in 2008, the leadership of the IUCN and SSC will meet again from […]

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World Ocean Summit: Arabian Gulf faces climate change challenge

1st Jan 1970 | The UAE National

Environmental leaders have warned that the Arabian Gulf faces a daunting challenge in combating climate change. Razan Al Mubarak, managing director of the Environment Agency–Abu Dhabi, told delegates at the World Ocean summit that the region was particularly vulnerable to increases in global temperatures.

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Ban Ki-moon asks youth to challenge leaders for sustainability

1st Jan 1970 | Gulf News

Ban was having a conversation with Razan Khalifa Al Mubarak, secretary-general of the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi, about “Sustainable Development Goals in practice,” at the Future Sustainability Summit. The former UN chief appreciated the UAE’s sustainability initiatives: “Many countries should emulate what the UAE is doing. Its leadership is investing wisely in the nation’s resources as […]

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74% of UAE emissions from energy sector

1st Jan 1970 | Gulf News

The majority of emissions being produced in the UAE can be traced back to the country’s energy sector, making up 74 per cent of released emissions, said an official during the first day of the Clean Air Forum held in Abu Dhabi, yesterday. Organised by the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD) and the Department of Economic […]

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