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Download our exclusive report on the Gulf’s path to net zero

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Our report examines the GCC's climate action in detail ahead of the UN Cop28 climate conference, which starts in Dubai on November 30

As the world shifts towards cleaner sources of energy, the GCC’s oil and gas-producing nations find themselves faced with the dual threat of environmental and economic crisis. What are they doing about it? 

In this special report published as the UAE prepares to stage the United Nations’ Cop28 climate change summit, AGBI examines the Gulf’s journey to reaching net zero. 

With input from government officials, industry experts and academics, as well as analysis of key data and global rankings, the report asks what specific challenges each GCC nation faces, what targets have been set to lower emissions and how much progress has been made to date. 

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From Oman’s hydrogen ambitions and Saudi Arabia’s solar power, to the UAE’s meticulous goal-setting, Bahrain’s water stresses, and Kuwait and Qatar’s battle against some of the world’s hottest temperatures, the report examines Gulf climate action in detail.

It also includes a chapter on the green initiatives taking place elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena).

Click the image above or the link here and register your details to download a printable PDF of AGBI’s “Path to net zero” special report.