UAE, maintaining its marine biodiversity

Abu Dhabi’s coral reef rehabilitation project aims at growing over a million colonies of coral reef. WAM

Climate change is stressing our world’s environmental balance. In this context it is very important to study our biodiversity.

Humans are privileged to be living in a planet that consists of water in 70% of its area.

The climate crisis jeopardises the oceans and biodiversity, especially with the fact that oceans absorb nearly 30 per cent of the carbon dioxide humans produce and reduce the effects of global warming, a United Arab Emirates University professor pointed out.

As part of its celebration of World Oceans Day under the theme ‘The Ocean: Life and Livelihoods’, the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (MOCCAE) announced the launch of a bio-digital survey of marine habitat in the UAE.

For the first time in the region, the 17-week pilot study will integrate aerial and underwater data,…

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