November 27, 2022

Various Activities in Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Pavilion at Darab Al Saai 

Ministry of Environment and Climate Change participates in the with a distinguished pavilion as part Darb AlSaai activities this year under the theme “Our Unity is the Source of Our Strength”

 

Mr. Farhood Hadi Al-Hajri, Director of the Public Relations Department at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, said that what distinguishes our participation in Darb Al-Saai this year is that it coincides FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. He added: “Through this event, we seek to introduce the public to the role of the Ministry and its efforts in organizing a sustainable environmental World Cup through environmentally friendly sports facilities and the presence of stations to monitor air quality in various World Cup stadiums”.

 

He explained that the Ministry is participating this year, for the first time, in cooperation with the Qatar Scientific Club, in distinguished activities at Darb Al-Saai, with an initiative to reuse plastic materials by providing an electric scooter that collects plastic bottles from the public Ina way to enhance recycling process, in addition to organizing recycling competitions and the culture of innovation, which is an effective competitions take place daily and contain a set of questions about the Qatari environment and the use of technology culture in environmental development. This aims to enhance scientific research skills and Learn about the Qatari environment and its contents.

In addition to organizing interactive scientific experiments using natural materials, a workshop on sustainable development goals, and a robot model as a container for collecting plastic.

 

He also invited the public to visit the Ministry’s pavilion in the Darb Al-Saai and to learn about the most prominent ecotourism areas in Qatar and its distinctive biodiversity. He stressed that the Ministry’s pavilion will present, throughout the celebration period, a number of competitions and other entertainment activities for the public.

 

The Ministry’s pavilion includes 4 wild sections that contain wild trees and plants, and the other sections contain the Arabian oryx, Al-Reem dear, ostriches, houbara bustards, rabbits and wild reptiles. The sections are named based on Qatari’s areas such as: Sulaymi Farm, Al Reem Biosphere Reserve, Al Areeq and Rawdat Al-Maida.

Screens have also been set aside to show documentary films about the ministry’s efforts to preserve the Qatari environment and develop its wildlife The pavilion witnessed a great turnout from the public and visitors on the first day of its launch on Friday.