Expo celebrates World Wildlife Day next March

Expo 2020 will be a starting point for inspiring new ideas in preserving the ecosystem.


The celebrations of World Wildlife Day will take place on the third of next March, during the “Climate and Biodiversity Week” at Expo 2020, and include a major event open to the public, which will bring together prominent actors, including youth leaders, activists and members of the Expo family, committed to supporting Preserving wildlife and biodiversity.

The celebrations of "World Wildlife Day 2022" will bring together a constellation of experts and global figures, countries, companies and youth, in a commitment to strengthening global efforts to conserve the environment.

Based on its mission of bringing the world together to find solutions to the most pressing challenges on the planet, Expo 2020 Dubai is looking forward to World Wildlife Day, to lead a series of programs dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity, in partnership with the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment in the United Arab Emirates United Nations, and the United Nations Environment Programme.

By bringing together a constellation of experts and thought leaders, Expo 2020 will be a starting point for inspiring new ideas in preserving and restoring the ecosystem. Wildlife and biodiversity.

The Expo buildings and screens will display a variety of unique images submitted by key partners, the United Nations Environment Program and the UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, to emphasize the importance of protecting the planet's ecosystems.

The Climate and Biodiversity Week at Expo 2020 Dubai will shed light on realistic solutions to preserve the flora and fauna of our planet, and support its richness and diversity, as it will highlight inspiring initiatives from the “Expo” program for global best practices and the creators of “Expo Live”, in addition to the efforts of partners Expo and its international partners.

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