The Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Partnership (CAMP) project is very timely and direly important for Saudi Arabia given the mounting risks associated with climate change impacts, the urgency of pushing toward low carbon futures while maintaining economic growth nationally, and the potential economic ramifications of global mitigation efforts on the Saudi energy sector and economy. Against this backdrop, the CAMP project will investigate (1) the climate conditions over Saudi Arabia, (2) the sectoral impacts and the role of adaptation measures, and (3) the pathways of the Saudi economy to achieve low carbon futures or climate neutrality by mid-century. (4) The study will also adopt the circular carbon economy (CCE) concept in characterizing the Saudi government’s efforts to decarbonize its own economy while meeting its growth aspirations.
Impacts of Global Climate Policies on Middle Eastern Oil Exporters: A Review of Economic Implications and Mitigation Strategies
Climate policies are tightening in an effort to curb carbon dioxide emissions. As a result,…21st March 2023