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    Various presentations on environment, science, arts and youth at ICESCO’s Pavilion in (COP27)

    11 November 2022

    The pavilion of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) at COP27, in Sharm El-Sheikh, continues its various activities. On Thursday (November 10, 2022), ICESCO held several seminars and panel discussions, during which the heads of sectors and experts highlighted the Organization’s efforts and programmes to preserve the environment, achieve sustainable development and build youth capacity.

    Dr. Osama Nahas and Dr. Nami Salihi, experts at the Culture and Communication Sector, gave two separate presentations respectively on the applications of remote sensing and artificial intelligence in studies of the impact of climate change on heritage sites and simulation activities, and the impact of natural factors on the diverse heritage of Mesopotamia, which made it a unique civilization worldwide thanks to its rich geographical environment and other natural factors.

    For his part, Dr. Foued El-Ayni, expert at the Science and Technology Sector, gave a presentation, through videoconference, on the importance of space science applications and their role in mitigating the repercussions of climate change and the need to make optimal use of modern space technologies in the ICESCO Member States.

    Moreover, Dr. Huda Abdullah Megeirhi, expert at ICESCO Center for Civilizational Dialogue, gave a presentation on the importance and role of youth and art in promoting mainstream culture in talks and dialogues between Muslim countries and with other countries.

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