Environment Minister Yasmine Fouad during a Cairo Climate Talks event on May 2, 2017 - Photo Courtesy of Cairo Climate Talks
CAIRO - 19 November 2019: “Egypt has been working on minimizing the impact of climate change for 10 years,'' said Environment Minister Yasmine Fouad on Tuesday at the Future of Electric Mobility Conference in Egypt.
Fouad added that the Egyptian government is developing a plan,in cooperation with international institutions and programs of the United Nation,to use Egypt's resources in a way that minimizes the impact of climate change and environmental pollution.
The minister added that the ministry is considering developing Egypt's future in a sustainable way to use natural resources to reduce the impact of climate change and environmental pollution.
Fouad pointed out that the ministry issued a strategy to help the state to economic and social change in cooperation with the Ministry of Transport and Military Production and the Arab Organization for Industrialization.
It is worth mentioning that the first conference of Future of Electric Mobility in Egypt was held in 2018.