Home » Ajman Municipality launches “Zero Carbon Schools” initiative

Ajman Municipality launches “Zero Carbon Schools” initiative

by Madaline Dunn

The Ajman Municipality and Planning Department has announced the launch of its “Zero Carbon Schools” initiative, which aims to transform schools into “eco-friendly hubs.”

The initiative was inaugurated by H.H. Sheikh Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman and Chairman of the Executive Council, during the Ajman 7th International Environment Conference.

Explaining the drive behind the initiative, Eng. Khalid Moeen Al Hosani, Executive Director of Public Health and Environment at the Department, said: “Our initiative was drafted with lofty aspirations to engage schools in minimising their carbon footprints and striving for net zero emissions. This endeavour not only assists in reducing emissions, but it also improves conditions at schools and mitigates their environmental impacts.”

According to reports, features of the initiative include solar panel installation, upgrading cooling and HVAC systems and promoting responsible resource use and effective waste management from the source.

You may also like  | About Us | Careers | Privacy & Policy

 © 2024 ESG Mena