Tackling Climate Change: Are the Gulf Arab States Doing Enough?

As the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change was taking place in Poland, AGSIW hosted a discussion examining efforts by the Gulf Arab countries to tackle climate change, both in terms of mitigation and adaptation.


    Colin P. Kelley

    Senior Research Fellow, Center for Climate and Security

    Aisha Al-Sarihi

    Non-Resident Fellow, AGSIW; Research Fellow, National University of Singapore’s Middle East Institute

    Harry Verhoeven

    Professor, Georgetown University in Qatar


    Samantha Gross

    Fellow, Foreign Policy, Energy Security and Climate Initiative, Brookings Institution

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