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    The Scientific Seminar on Climate Change Concludes its Activities in Nouakchott

    14 novembre 2023

    Monday 13 November 2023 marked the conclusion of the scientific seminar on climate change solutions and civil security preparedness. This event was organized by the Islamic World Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) in collaboration with Naif Arab University for Security Sciences and the National Commission for Education, Science, and Culture in Mauritania. Held in the capital of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Nouakchott, the seminar discussed the most current preparedness strategies to address climate change and mitigate its effects.

    The seminar, held from 11 to 13 November 2023, was attended by officials from the organizing parties and international experts in the field of environment and climate change and was part of the celebration of Nouakchott as the Capital of Islamic Culture 2023.

    During the seminar, Mr. Niang Mamoudou, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Mauritania, emphasized the vital need to develop scientific initiatives to raise awareness of climate change and its environmental, social, and economic impacts, while promoting environmental awareness. Furthermore, he commended ICESCO’s efforts in supporting its Member States in the field of environment protection.

    Dr. Adel Smeda, expert in the Science and Technology Sector at ICESCO, provided an overview of the Organization’s initiatives in environmental conservation and addressing the challenges of climate change. He highlighted the role of modern technology and artificial intelligence in facilitating the adaption of Islamic world communities to the challenges associated to climate change.

    Participants discussed best practices for addressing and adapting to climate change challenges, utilizing modern digital technologies and smart solutions for environment preservation. In addition, they probed innovative approaches to prepare young individuals for encountering natural disasters and contributing to global environmental security.

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