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Ambassador Mostafa Sherbiny, Head of the Scientific Chair for Carbon Footprint and Sustainability, lectures at the scientific symposium entitled: “The Carbon Footprint and its Role in Reducing Climate Change” at the University of Misrata in the sisterly country of Libya.

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#Misrata | December 12, 2023
The College of Environment and Natural Resources at the Martyr Muhammad Al-Halbous Amphitheater within the College of Science, University of Misrata, organized a scientific symposium under the supervision of the Renewable Energies and Environment Organization, headed by Dr. Ahmed Al-Sawy, with the participation of the Misrata Free Zone, the President of Al-Jafra University, Prof. Dr. Youssef Abu Bakr, and the Vice President of the University, Prof. Dr. Ahmed Habib.

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Under the slogan: “The carbon footprint and its role in reducing climate change,” the symposium activities were opened with a speech by the Dean of the College of Environment, “Prof. Dr. Abdel Hamid Al-Haddad,” who welcomed the audience, and then delivered a speech by the University Presidency, Mr. Vice Dean for Scientific Affairs, “Prof. Dr. Muhammad Al-Sharkasi.”

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The symposium witnessed the Egyptian international expert in sustainability and climate risk assessment, “Ambassador Dr. Mostafa El-Sherbiny,” presenting a lecture related to the carbon footprint, green energy projects, and reducing carbon emissions. Prof. Dr. Mostafa Al-A’eb also presented a lecture on switching to renewable energy in #Libya: Is it an option or a necessity? This was followed by opening the floor for discussion to the attendees, then honoring the participants in the symposium and a visit to the heritage tent.

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Ambassador Mostafa El-Sherbiny, Professor Ahmed El-Sawy, event coordinator, and Professor Mustafa Al-Ghaib were honored on the sidelines of the symposium by giving them the Misrata University shield, and a cooperation protocol was signed between three universities “Misrata, Sirte, and Al-Jufra” from Libya and the Volunteer Team Foundation for Humanitarian Work, where global initiatives will be launched at the United Nations. Climate Ambassadors and Carbon Neutrality Pioneers in Libya

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  • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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    The University of Misrata in Libya hosts a significant scientific symposium on "The Carbon Footprint and its Role in Reducing Climate Change." Notable figures, including Ambassador Dr. Mostafa El-Sherbiny, share insights on carbon footprint, green energy projects, and the shift to renewable energy in Libya. The event emphasizes the importance of climate action, and key participants are honored with the Misrata University shield, fostering collaboration through a signed cooperation protocol between three Libyan universities and the Volunteer Team Foundation for Humanitarian Work. This initiative aims to launch global climate initiatives, contributing to Libya's role as Climate Ambassadors and Carbon Neutrality Pioneers.

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