Egyptian adventurer Ali Abdo arrived at Expo City Dubai, concluding the “journey to the Climate Summit 28” that he began on October 1, using an electric bicycle from the heart of Egypt, during which he passed through Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar, before arriving in the Emirates on November 23. This November.
Ali Abdo toured the Emirates, starting from Abu Dhabi and ending in Dubai, in support of the country’s hosting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28), and the trip included visiting a number of schools, universities and clubs in all the countries through which he passed.
The environmental activist who holds the title of Ambassador for Sustainable Development says: “I am proud of the achievement I have achieved. The ‘Journey to the Climate Summit 28’ took about 60 days, and covered a distance of more than 4,000 km in 58 days, during which it crossed 40 Arab cities. This is the first time an electric vehicle has crossed this path.” Distance in the Arab world.
He added: “I will continue participating in the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, with some activities and discussion panels, most notably a lecture in cooperation with the League of Arab States on the importance of “COP28” in raising youth awareness of climate change and environmental challenges.”