Global Warming & Landscape Architecture in UAE

Uncover the synergy between global warming and landscape architecture in the UAE, igniting conversations for a sustainable future!

About this Activity

Join us for an enlightening lecture focusing on the critical theme of global warming and its relationship with landscape architecture in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This lecture aims to shed light on the role of landscape architecture in mitigating the effects of global warming, while also examining its potential negative impacts. Through insightful discussions and real-life examples, we will explore the significance of sustainable landscape design in the face of climate change!

This lecture will provide an overview of the following topics:

  • Positive Impacts of Landscape Architecture on Global Warming: Discover how sustainable landscape design and the implementation of green infrastructure can help reduce the urban heat island effect, sequester carbon dioxide, and promote biodiversity. 
  • Negative Impacts of Landscape Architecture on Global Warming: Examine the potential for landscape architecture and urban planning to contribute to urban sprawl, increased greenhouse gas emissions, and unintended harm to ecosystems.
  • Global warming and its impact on the GCC region – UAE: Understand the potential implications of global warming on the UAE's economy, including its oil and gas industries, agriculture, and tourism sectors. 

And much more!

Don't miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge and engage in meaningful discussions about global warming and landscape architecture in the UAE. Register now to secure your place at this event!


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Date & Time
Saturday, 08 July 2023 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Registration Full
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Ratings & Reviews

3 Reviews

A very interesting and informative event. The presenter and facilitators were very experienced and knowledgeable


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