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Wednesday, 25 May 2022 04:30 GMT

English version of 'Eco Tourism in Qatar' launched at DIBF

(MENAFN- The Peninsula) The Peninsula

Doha: The Ministry of Municipality and the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change launched the English version of 'Eco Tourism in Qatar' at the 31st Doha International Book Fair yesterday.

The book written by Ahmed Hussein Al Mutawa, the environmental consultant at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, was published in Arabic in 2019.

The event was presented by Engineer Farhoud Hadi Al-Hajri, Director of Public Relations at the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change.

Addressing the event, Al Hajri highlighted the importance of the book and its role in raising environmental awareness and informing society of the efforts made by Qatar in the field of preserving the environment and ensuring its sustainability in line with Qatar National Vision 2030.

He said that the participation of the two ministries in this year's book fair is part of their efforts to spread awareness and community communication through the presentation of various books, literature and publications carried out by the Ministry of Municipality and the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, in addition to introducing their achievements and the outcome of their work through the presentation of documentary films and publications. 

For his part, Ahmed Hussein Al Mutawa spoke about his book 'Eco Tourism in Qatar', highlighting the great role that this type of tourism enjoys at all levels in the country.

The writer explained that the tourism industry is witnessing a tangible and rapid development, as the State has developed a comprehensive tourism plan to keep pace with the economic renaissance, and to emphasise building Qatar as a global destination.

The discussion session, which was attended by a number of environmental officials and activists, witnessed a rich and fruitful discussion, which touched upon a number of issues and problems related to the environment and tourism and their relationship to economic development and the urban development witnessed by Qatar, and discussed ways to achieve balance and reach sustainable development while preserving natural resources for future generations.


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