Emirates Diplomatic Academy Appoints First Happiness Ambassador to Celebrate International Day of Happiness
20 March 2018, Tuesday
Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA), the UAE’s leading international relations and diplomatic institution, today announced the appointment of Mayyasa Al Yammahi as its first Happiness Ambassador. The announcement coincides with the International Day of Happiness that is celebrated around the world on 20 March. Al Yammahi currently holds the role of Communication Manager at EDA and is an existing Master’s programme student as well as an alumna of the Academy’s Postgraduate Diploma Programme in UAE Diplomacy and International Relations. In her new capacity, she will support the objectives of the UAE’s National Programme for Happiness and Positivity through developing and implementing a series of initiatives to increase employee engagement at EDA. Speaking on the announcement, Dr Nawal Al Hosany, Deputy Director General of EDA, said: "The UAE was the first country in the world to establish a Ministry of State for Happiness and has, in a short span of time, made significant strides in this emerging field that has captured the global imagination. EDA is dedicated to supporting our government’s mandate to enhance happiness and positivity in our community, as these crucial qualities have a long-term impact on productivity, efficiency and, ultimately, the success of our Academy." For her part, Mayyasa Al Yammahi said: “I am honoured to be appointed to this important role. I believe that every workplace, whether it is a government entity or a private company, should have a Happiness Ambassador to promote the culture of happiness, positivity and cooperation amongst employees so that they can collectively achieve their goals. It is important to remember that personal success translates into organisational success and that in turn drives the progress towards a better future.” The UAE is the happiest country in the Arab world and ranks 20th on the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network’s World Happiness Report 2018. The government aims to position the UAE among the five happiest countries in the world by 2021.
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EDA Insight Examines Carbon Market Mechanisms for the UAE
18 March 2018, Sunday
This Emirates Diplomatic Academy Insight, titled ‘Leveraging Market Mechanisms for Climate Change Mitigation in the UAE and the Gulf Region’, provides an overview of recent developments around international market mechanisms for greenhouse gas emission reductions and analyses their relevance for GCC countries, in particular the UAE. The paper argues that there is a need to better understand what global carbon pricing and market trends could mean for the region’s competitiveness going forward but also to explore related opportunities. This understanding will enable GCC countries to actively participate in the ongoing discussions on international carbon market mechanisms, based on lessons learned to date. The Insight addresses the following questions: * What are the key trends of relevance for the UAE in international carbon pricing and markets, and why is engaging with the issue important? * What are the main lessons from the UAE’s experience with the Clean Development Mechanism? * What potential opportunities and challenges are there in relation to the Paris Mechanisms? * How do international aviation emissions relate to market mechanisms under the UNFCCC, and what could be some of the key areas of focus for the UAE and other participating countries? The paper is based on discussions at a carbon market stakeholder workshop organised by the EDA’s research programme on Energy, Climate Change and Sustainable Development in January 2018. It provides a summary of the workshop presentations by lead speaker Dr Axel Michaelowa and some of the key points made in the discussions. Please note that EDA’s research outputs do not necessarily represent the views of the UAE government or EDA event participants, but seek to address issues that foreign-policy experts and practitioners both in the UAE and worldwide will find informative and relevant. Download in English:
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EDA students attend a protocol lecture, organised by the Special Olympics IX MENA Games Abu Dhabi, to prepare for their roles as part of the Delegation Services team.
14 March 2018, Wednesday
Twenty-three students from the Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA), the UAE’s leading international relations and diplomatic institution, will volunteer at the Special Olympics IX MENA Games Abu Dhabi. The upcoming event, set to take place from 14 to 22 March 2018, marks the debut edition of the Special Olympics in the Middle East. His Excellency Mohamad Abdulla Al Junaibi, Chairman of the Higher Committee for Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019, said: “We are grateful to the students of Emirates Diplomatic Academy for their support of Special Olympics. Special Olympics volunteers will play a major role in the success of one of the world’s biggest and most inspiring events and will help to transform the lives of thousands of individuals and families by launching a new era of inclusion, hope and understanding.” His Excellency Bernardino León, Director General of EDA, said: “EDA is proud to support this meaningful and high-impact event that celebrates the talents of athletes in addition to showcasing the UAE on a global platform. In order to prepare for their roles and deliver the best experience to visitors, our students have participated in a protocol lecture and site visits.” He added: “As part of the Delegation Services team, EDA students will serve as the main points of contact for the official delegation of one of the participating countries throughout the event. This partnership will allow our future diplomats to demonstrate first hand their skills in building bridges of friendship and inclusion with people from the region as well as to showcase the UAE’s ongoing efforts to connect with the world through shared values of determination towards progress.” The Special Olympics IX MENA Games will host over 1,000 athletes from 31 nations competing across 16 different sports, as well as 450 coaches and 100 guests of honour. EDA students will join over 3,000 volunteers who are supporting the event in various capacities.
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Four Senior Diplomats Graduate from New Ambassadors Programme at Emirates Diplomatic Academy
10 March 2018, Saturday
Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA), the UAE’s leading international relations and diplomatic institution, today witnessed the graduation of four senior diplomats from its New Ambassador Programme. This takes the total number of the programme’s graduates till date to 22. Developed by EDA in close collaboration with the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the programme aims to enhance the skills and knowledge of newly appointed UAE ambassadors and support them in their efforts to achieve the country’s foreign policy goals and aspirations. Its core themes include political analysis, international law, media handling, and diplomatic protocol and etiquette. Commenting on the occasion, His Excellency Bernardino León, Director General of EDA, said: “We are proud to have mentored such a talented cohort of diplomats and I am confident they will go on to become outstanding ambassadors for the UAE. These diplomats play a vital role in building, cementing, and enhancing our relations with the countries in which they will be based.” He added: “In today’s increasingly challenging international arena, diplomacy requires new thinking and mindsets. With a curriculum that has been carefully tailored to reflect the ever-changing geopolitical realities we deal with every day, the programme equips our diplomats with the ambassadorial intelligence they need to navigate the 21st century diplomatic landscape.” Now in its eight edition, the two-week executive training programme examines a diverse range of topics related to international affairs, diplomacy, and cross-cultural communication.
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ProMéxico CEO shares experience in attracting FDI with students of  Emirates Diplomatic Academy
27 February 2018, Tuesday
Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA), the UAE’s leading international relations and diplomatic institution, in collaboration with the Embassy of Mexico in the UAE, hosted His Excellency Paulo Carreño King, CEO of ProMéxico, for a discussion on Mexico’s growing stature in the world economy on 26 February (Monday). ProMéxico is the Mexican federal government trade and investment agency that works to enhance the participation of the country in the global economy through the internationalisation of local companies, promotion of exports, and attraction of foreign direct investment. As part of the talk, His Excellency Paulo Carreño King addressed a team of future diplomats, staff, and faculty at EDA on topics including trade, energy, and investment incentives. Outlining why Mexico is one of the best places to do business today as well as the benefits of internationalising the country’s products and services, he said: “Due to Mexico’s macroeconomic and political stability, low inflation, the size and strength of its domestic market, economic growth rate, and its ability to attract advanced manufacturing, it is today considered one of the most competitive countries for productive investment.” Highlighting the urgent need to brand nations in today’s increasingly competitive economic landscape, he added: “Since the establishment of ProMéxico in 2007, we have succeeded in transforming the global perception of Mexico. It is now regarded a business-friendly, enabling and preferred destination to locate businesses, and serves as a gateway to the Americas and beyond. Through meticulously raising awareness about internationalisation among our public and private sector entities, we have managed to create a growth mindset that has directly resulted in driving socio-economic development.” Prior to his current role, His Excellency Paulo Carreño King was Deputy Minister for North America at the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He also worked at the Office of the Mexican Presidency, where he oversaw the country’s branding strategy and international media relations. For his part, His Excellency Bernardino León, Director General of EDA, said: “We are pleased to host His Excellency Paulo Carreño King from Mexico. His lecture enabled our students to gain crucial insights on the significance of foreign direct investments for a thriving economy, and how diplomats can help bring about these investments. In government, we sometimes forget the powerful role of commerce in society, so it is important for our students to understand issues affecting international trade and what makes any country an attractive investment destination.” Diplomatic relations between the UAE and Mexico were formally established in 1975. In 2010, the UAE opened its embassy in Mexico and Mexico reciprocated in 2012, setting up its embassy in Abu Dhabi in 2012. The ties between the two nations were further cemented in January 2016, when Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto became the first Mexican president to visit the UAE on an official state visit. During this visit, Mexico and the UAE agreed on a number of collaborations, including relating to banking, clean and traditional energy, education, taxation, and tourism.
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All-star Line-up for EDA’s Programme on 21st Century Diplomacy
25 February 2018, Sunday
Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA) has launched the next phase of its ambitious programme on "Preparing for 21st Century Diplomacy". The course, now in its second year, is designed to develop outstanding UAE future diplomats. It includes an impressive line-up of guest speakers, including H.E. Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, UAE Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development; H.E. Zaki Anwar Nusseibeh , UAE Minister of State; H.E. Sultan Mohammad Al Shamsi, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for International Development Affairs; H.E. Majid Al-Suwaidi, UAE Consul General in New York City; H.E. Mansour Ibrahim Al Mansouri, Director General of the National Media Council; H.E. Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand; Baroness Catherine Ashton, former High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, European Union; Professor Tom Fletcher, Special Advisor at EDA, bestselling author, and former British Ambassador to Lebanon; James P. Seevers, Director of Studies and the Georgetown Leadership Seminar at the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University; and Dr Mari Luomi, Senior Research Fellow at EDA. H.E. Bernardino León, Director General of EDA, said: “We are very proud to have arranged such a high calibre of international and Emirati guest speakers, with extensive experience in international relations and government. The wisdom that our guest speakers will be able to pass on to our students will be immense.” Noting the extensive preparation that has gone into this course, León continued: “We have carefully thought about all of the important trends with respect to a career in diplomacy: the evolving role of the diplomat, the varying ministerial duties and the potential hurdles within international relations. We have designed the course in such a manner that our students will be able to take the new challenges they are likely to face in their stride.” Speaking about his role in developing the course, Professor Tom Fletcher said: "What is unique is the focus on developing not just knowledge, but the skills and character of the extraordinary diplomats of the future. The classes are practical, digital and innovative. People now rightly recognise the importance of emotional intelligence, curiosity and resilience. These '21st century skills' are at the heart of this course: we call them diplomacy. If diplomacy didn't exist we would need to invent it. This course reinvents it for the Digital Age." Designed to help nurture the 21st century diplomat, the main themes of this programme are leadership, culture and innovation. Lectures include Cultural Diplomacy; how to handle the toughest media exposure; and Artificial Intelligence and Social Media for Leaders. The course has a strong component of practical exercises and simulations.
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EDA Insight Recommends Stakeholder Cooperation on SDGs
08 February 2018, Thursday
In this Emirates Diplomatic Academy Insight, Dr Mari Luomi of the EDA’s Energy, Climate Change and Sustainable Development research programme, highlights efforts by Arab countries to date in enhancing the frameworks for regional and domestic governance for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Insight, titled Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals – Early Experiences in the Arab Region, presents an overview of regional cooperation mechanisms and processes focused on the 2030 Agenda and explores several Arab countries’ experiences in integrating the SDGs into national strategies, plans and institutional implementation and monitoring frameworks. The Insight finds that the Arab countries that have shared information about early implementation efforts on the 2030 Agenda all show a high degree of aspirational commitment to aligning development strategies and policy frameworks with the Agenda and its SDGs. Work to mainstream the Agenda is well underway but its institutionalisation is at different stages. A number of commonalities are visible among the countries examined, including the need for further attention to data aggregation and to building robust monitoring and follow-up mechanisms. In addition, there are a number of areas/tasks where collaboration among a broader group of stakeholders could help enhance the implementation of the 2030 Agenda across the Arab region. Many of these tasks could be coordinated by regional knowledge management and capacity-building institutions, the study argues. Please note that EDA’s research outputs do not necessarily represent the views of the UAE government but seek to address issues that foreign-policy experts and practitioners both in the UAE and worldwide will find informative and relevant. Download in English: Download in Arabic:
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Positive diplomatic ties between the UAE and India reinforced at the  Emirates Diplomatic Academy
08 February 2018, Thursday
The Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA), the UAE’s leading international relations and diplomatic institution, today hosted a panel discussion looking at the close symbolic, substantive and strategic ties between the UAE and India. The event comes just a few days ahead of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's expected second visit to the UAE for the World Government Summit, widely seen as evidence of an even closer relationship in UAE-India relations in the future. The panel comprised of H.E. Navdeep Suri, Indian Ambassador to the UAE; H.E. Ahmed Abdullah Al Musalli, Former UAE Ambassador to India; Dr Rahul Sagar, Global Network Associate Professor of Political Science at New York University Abu Dhabi; and Dr N. Janardhan, Senior Research Fellow in the Gulf-Asia Programme at EDA. H.E. Navdeep Suri said: “With Prime Minister Narendra Modi visiting the UAE on 10-11 February, his second in less than three years, growing UAE-India ties will receive further strategic impetus. Since his visit takes place just more than a year after India hosted Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan as chief guest on Republic Day in January 2017, it reflects the special importance the government places on UAE-India ties. Following the signing of the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership Agreement last year, we have seen major UAE investments in India, significant progress in defence and security cooperation, and our buyer-seller relationship in the energy sector has transformed into a strategic partnership.These are bound to gain further momentum, while we explore new opportunities in other sectors.” Commenting on the EDA, he said: “I am delighted to visit the Emirates Diplomatic Academy today to see first hand the excellent work happening here and to meet some of the students, who are of high calibre. The training they are receiving today will stand them in good stead to continue the important work of UAE diplomats around the world going forward.” The distinguished panelists discussed how the two allies’ bilateral relations across areas such as energy, cross-border investment, defense and technology have evolved, following agreements signed by the governments of the two nations last year in these fields. H.E. Ahmed Abdullah Al Musalli said: “The UAE and India were at very different stages of development two decades ago, but the process of transformation had begun. And, it was evident even then that UAE-India ties were special and had immense scope to develop. Today it is a multi-faceted and strategic relationship. With the fast pace of economic development in the two countries in recent times, it is easy to forget that UAE and India’s relationship actually dates back for centuries. However, I believe this important relationship has never been stronger than it is today, due to the continuous efforts of our leaders, governments, diplomats, business communities and people, who endeavor to bring our countries closer.” His Excellency Bernardino León, Director General of EDA, thanked the panel for their insights. He said: “The UAE and India enjoy a very close relationship, one that we are very proud of, and one that we are looking forward to building even further in the coming years. The panel discussion today provided invaluable insight to our students, the UAE’s diplomats of the future, who I know took away lots of useful information from the session. Coming just a few days ahead of the World Government Summit, it will put the visit of Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, into even greater context for our students. We want to ensure that every EDA graduate is equipped with the essential knowledge, skills and character to further the interests of the UAE long into the future, whether this relates to India or beyond.”
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New EDA Insight explores ‘strategic’ opportunities in UAE-India relations
07 February 2018, Wednesday
In this EDA Insight, Indian former ambassador to the UAE, Talmiz Ahmad, analyses how UAE-India relations have expanded beyond the traditional areas of energy, trade and community. Instead, the author says, the countries are tapping new opportunities in investments, infrastructure development, cooperation in space, nuclear and renewable energy technology, arid agriculture, and, above all, enhanced defence and security links. The author points out that the two countries have framed these new relations in a ‘Comprehensive Strategic Partnership Agreement’ that was signed in New Delhi in January 2017. Amb. Ahmad examines three specific areas of collaboration envisaged in the agreement: food security; enhanced maritime security cooperation in the Indian Ocean; and the promotion of regional stability. Download in English:
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EDA launches Gulf-Asia Research Programme, explores ‘Look East’ policy
06 February 2018, Tuesday
The Emirates Diplomatic Academy launched its Gulf-Asia Research Programme with the publication of a new EDA Working Paper titled “Gulf’s Pivot to Asia: Contextualizing ‘Look East’ Policy”. The author, Dr N. Janardhan, Senior Research Fellow, explores and highlights areas of Gulf-Asia economic complementarity, both in the oil and non-oil sectors, including trade and cross investments. Dr Janardhan discusses a few equally-important non-economic factors that may have contributed to intensifying Gulf-Asia ties. He also points out the potential areas of future cooperation in an era driven by economic diversification in the Gulf. He concludes by arguing that a robust Gulf-Asia relationship should find new ‘strategic’ political and security avenues to intensify collaboration in the future. Download Working Paper: Download Executive Summary:
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UAE Stakeholders Discuss International Carbon Markets
18 January 2018, Thursday
The Emirates Diplomatic Academy’s Energy, Climate Change and Sustainable Development research programme convened a full-day workshop for UAE stakeholders on international carbon markets. The workshop was part of efforts by the EDA to act as a convener of UAE stakeholders around global issues impacting the country to generate new ideas and connections. Led by topic expert Dr Axel Michaelowa of University of Zurich, the workshop explored how the UAE could leverage international market mechanisms for mitigating climate change. The event, which took place during the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, on Thursday 18 January, attracted close to 30 participants from various governmental and non-governmental organisations, business and academia, as well as international organisations. During the workshop, participants received an update on recent global trends and developments in carbon markets globally. They also explored lessons from the UAE’s participation in the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism and discussed developments in the negotiations on market mechanisms under the Paris Agreement. The workshop further examined developments in international aviation where an offsetting mechanism for carbon dioxide emissions is soon entering implementation.
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Former Spanish Foreign Minister Discusses Challenges of 21st Century Diplomacy at Emirates Diplomatic Academy
11 January 2018, Thursday
The Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA), the UAE’s leading international relations and diplomatic institution, today hosted His Excellency Miguel Ángel Moratinos, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain, for a talk on 21st century diplomacy and Europe’s foreign policy in the Middle East. Moratinos addressed EDA students on the changing role of the diplomat in a world of social media and instant media reporting. A veteran who entered the diplomatic service in 1977 and served in Eastern Europe, Northern Africa and the Middle East, he emphasised the importance of creative, flexible and democratic diplomacy. Mr Moratinos said: “Today, with the speed of modern media reporting, there is more emphasis on the diplomat’s ability to analyse the latest developments and promote the interests of their country. The diplomat forms a vital link between homeland and host country, and plays an essential part in building relationships with governments, sourcing knowledge about foreign institutions, and smoothing the path for businesses in foreign markets.” His Excellency Moratinos added: “I am pleased to see such a highly skilled group of young diplomats at the EDA and I look forward to what I believe will be a successful career for them. EDA is the leading diplomatic training centre in the Middle East, and I am honoured to contribute to the education of its students.” His Excellency Bernardino León, Director General of EDA, thanked him for his expertise and insights into the modern world of diplomacy. He said: “As a highly regarded diplomat, this talk was extremely relevant to EDA, where we are preparing outstanding UAE diplomats and government leaders. We want to ensure that every EDA graduate is equipped with the essential knowledge, skills and character to further the interests of the UAE in a landscape where traditional diplomatic concepts are being replaced with contemporary approaches.” During his tenure as Minister, Moratinos held the presidency of the UN Security Council as well as the chairmanships-in-office of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), the Council of Europe and the Council of the European Union. More recently, he was a member of the High-Level Advisory Council of the President of the 67th Session of the UN General Assembly.  
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New EDA Insight explores how diplomats can make use of big data
08 January 2018, Monday
In the latest EDA Insight, Research Fellow Seppe Verheyen examines the new frontiers of using big data in diplomatic practices. In the paper, he highlights four different tasks in the day-to-day work where diplomats can use big data: the diplomat as a brand manager, analyst, negotiator and a humanitarian aid worker. Dr Verheyen addresses the challenges of unstructured data in the form of online comments and social media posts and explores how social media and analytics tools can be used to assess those. Social media management and analysis tools permit diplomats to manage the online reputation of a country for public diplomacy purposes and to understand and predict events in other countries. Diplomats can also use advanced data analytics to determine policy positions of other countries through automated content analyses and can even enhance humanitarian aid by using geopolitical data and crowd-source mapping for early-warning systems. Finally, he concludes that to make full use of the potential of big data, Ministries of Foreign Affairs should conduct reviews on how to best use data and how to train diplomats in the use of big data. Please note that EDA’s research outputs do not necessarily represent the views of the UAE government but seek to address issues that foreign-policy experts and practitioners both in the UAE and worldwide will find informative and relevant. Download in English:
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Emirates Diplomatic Academy to Highlight Importance of Diplomacy in Sustainable Development at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2018
07 January 2018, Sunday
The Emirates Diplomatic Academy (EDA), the UAE’s leading international relations and diplomatic institution, announced its participation at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) 2018, the largest sustainability gathering in the Middle East convening decision makers, politicians, business leaders, and academic researchers from all around the world. EDA’s leadership and students will participate in ADSW’s opening ceremony and the conversation on this year’s theme, ‘Driving the Global Energy Transformation’, to highlight the essential role diplomacy and the impact the youth can play in addressing climate change through participation of various high-level panels and youth interactive forums. Set to run from 13 to 20 January, ADSW 2018 will explore three key global trends that are impacting the shift to sustainable energy – climate change, urbanisation, and digitisation. In recognition of the importance of motivating and inspiring future sustainability leaders, this year’s edition of the annual event will turn the spotlight on the youth. The EDA students will also participate in the upcoming edition of ADSW in a seminar specifically organised for youth that will follow the official opening ceremony on day one. In addition, faculty members from the Academy will take part in knowledge-exchange sessions with international experts, such as Her Excellency Razan Al Mubarak, Secretary General of Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi, Thierry Lepercq, Executive Vice President at Engie, Dr Axel Michaelowa, Head of Research, International Climate Policy at the University of Zurich, and Michael Liebreich, Chairman of the Advisory Board at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. They will also participate in workshops addressing diplomacy’s role in climate action, sustainability efforts, nutrition, and foreign aid and assistance. His Excellency Bernadino León, Director General of EDA, will moderate a panel on the opening day that is set to draw the participation of His Excellency Suhail Al Mazrouei, UAE Minister of Energy, His Excellency Dr Abdul-Hussain Bin Ali Mirza, Minister of Electricity & Water Affairs, Kingdom of Bahrain, and His Excellency Adnan Z Amin, Director General of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Speaking on EDA’s participation ahead of the landmark event, Bernardino León, said: “Climate change has an adverse effect not only on the environment, but also on the economy, security and society at large. In this context, climate change diplomacy plays an integral part in the global transition to sustainable energy sources and in ensuring that climate, security and development issues are a core focus of national and international agendas. Furthermore, it helps forge international partnerships that address the geopolitical consequences and security implications of climate change.” For her part, Dr Nawal Al Hosany, Deputy Director General of EDA, said: “ADSW 2018 will focus on the next stage of the global energy transformation and the important role of the young generation in ensuring a sustainable future. Through its participation, EDA aims to demonstrate to our youth how diplomats and sustainability leaders can work together to create and implement innovative strategies to mitigate the impact of climate change.”ADSW is the largest sustainability gathering in the Middle East. The event seeks to advance the understanding of the major social, economic and environmental trends shaping sustainable development worldwide, and empower the global community to adopt viable and effective climate action strategies. Throughout Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, EDA’s leadership and students will cover the various activities and share their insight and experiences via social media. Those interested can follow @UAE_EDA on Instagram and Twitter to learn more about EDA’s ongoing participation at ADSW. To learn more about ADSW, please visit www.adsw.ae or follow #ADSW and @ADSWagenda on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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