Posted on December 01, 2018

The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) participated in the Fourth Sustainable Blue Economy Conference, which was held in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi, in the presence of many delegations and concerned organisations, aiming to promote modern techniques of water resources from sea and rivers and other challenges.

The blue economy term means good management of water resources and the protection of the seas and oceans in a sustainable manner to preserve them for present and future generations.

The Conference discussed a number of relevant themes such as climate change, pollution control, marine life protection, climate protection and sustainable development of the blue economy as a catalyst for the development of mechanisms and actions that support food security and the sustainable development of water resources. The Assistant Undersecretary for Environment Affairs at the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, Eng. Ahmed Mohamed Al Sada, stressed that the conference is a clear indication of the international community’s keenness to preserve the oceans, seas, lakes and rivers in a manner that ensures the sustainability of its resources, to ensure benefit for present and future generations.