Feb 6 (Reuters) - Dubai plans to cut carbon emissions by 30% by the end of 2030, the emirate's government media office said on Sunday on its website.
The plan is part of a broader strategy, announced by the United Arab Emirates in October, to achieve carbon emission neutrality by 2050, the office said. read more
Dubai, a major regional business, financial and logistics hub, is the second-largest and wealthiest emirate making up the seven-member UAE federation, following oil-rich Abu Dhabi.
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