ArabiaWeather - The CEO and founder of the Arab Weather website, "Muhammad Al Shaker" spoke in an interview with Al Arabiya today about ways to combat climate changes and changes.
First: preemption - countries must take climate cycles and changes more seriously than ever before; Due to the fact that more serious and unreasonable events occur that cause much greater losses and losses, taking these events seriously will only happen proactively by operating early warning systems, building supportive weather-based decision systems and increasing investment in data.
Countries can also proactively combat such events by adopting initiatives that will help prevent climate microscopic events such as Saudi Arabia's recent announcement of a regional "green initiative".
Such an initiative, should it occur, would greatly help reduce the number of dust storms, for example in the region
Countries must implement policies that ensure emission reduction as the globe is witnessing high emissions everywhere and it is time to make serious decisions to reduce emissions and use clean energy.
We have to admit that it will take a lot of time for such policies not only to occur but also to have a positive impact on the climate, and for this reason we cannot ignore the first proactive approach, if you do not focus on it in some parts of the world.
Muhammad Al Shaker