Crescent Enterprises and Emirates Nature support the green development strategy


Crescent Enterprises, a diversified group based in the UAE, announced the renewal of its existing cooperation with the Emirates Nature Association in cooperation with the World Wide Fund for Nature to support environmental initiatives in the United Arab Emirates and as part of its ongoing commitment to preserving environmental resources. The renewal of the partnership confirms Crescent Enterprises’ commitment to support efforts to conserve environmental resources and participate in several initiatives including the “Leaders of Change” program, an innovative approach to preserving the environment and empowering institutions and individuals across the UAE through training, networking, and opportunities volunteer. The program helps the various participants and employees to develop the professional skills required to excel in the workplace and make a positive impact on a personal and social level to become responsible global citizens and change makers.

Ghada Abdel Qader, Senior Vice President at Crescent Enterprises, said that this continuous cooperation between Crescent Enterprises and the Emirates Nature Society comes to support the sustainability goals of the United Arab Emirates through collective work to address global issues. In turn, Laila Abdul Latif, Director General of the Emirates Nature Society, said: “The Emirates Nature Society works to preserve the natural heritage and reduce the most pressing environmental challenges for the benefit of society. The continuous support we receive from Crescent Enterprises helps us achieve innovative scientific solutions to reduce the negative effects of climate change and preserve diversity.” We look forward to continuing to work with Crescent Enterprises to support the UAE’s green development strategy and build a more sustainable future. Crescent Enterprises continues to lead environmental activities in its various operations through a set of corporate citizenship programs and investments to reduce carbon emissions. The radioisotope thermoelectric generator (RTG) at its various stations to reduce carbon emissions.

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