Under the title "The impact of climate change on such bird and bird communities in Emirate Abu Dhabi", EAD and Total Abu Al Bakhoush signed an agreement for a research program on the end of Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition (ADIPEC).
Dr Sheikha Salem Al Dhaheri, Executive Director of Biodiversity and Marine Biodiversity, emphasized the importance of this initiative to improve the Commission's understanding of the impact of climate change on large-scale seaweed communities in Emirate Abu Dhabi which supports the second population of the largest sea birds and more than 4,000 sea turtles O green turtles.
Over the last 16 years, the International Union for Nature Conservation (IUCN) in Abu Dhabi has included in the list of threatened animals. The program will help the Commission take concrete steps to mitigate the effects of climate change on grassland, seabirds and other marine species and to protect this important ecosystem important.
"The partnership with EAD is part of the strategy, commitment and responsibilities of the Total for environmental and social sustainability through partnership with organizations and organizations that support efforts to find solutions to the challenges of change in the climate in the country, "said Hatem Nusseibeh, President, Total United Arab Emirates.
The Arab Gulf wild seaweed champion includes 3 species that provide vital and essential support for marine and regional populations of other marine and marine species and play an important part in mitigating the effects of climate change through their ability to follow carbon .
The study aims to identify the relationship between seabirds and marine environment – including seaweed champions – and assess the effects of climate change on infected communities in Abu Dhabi, with particular emphasis on birds sea, which will contribute to the development of effective plans and strategies to address the effects of climate change and adaptation.
A total is the sponsors of the Commission's program to monitor the bird's sea and to study its biology and geographical distribution in the territorial waters of the state only since 1999 until the year 2018.