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The UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment offers its patronage to the World IEQ Forum 2016

H.E. Dr Thani Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, UAE Minister of Climate Change and Environment, will be delivering the Keynote Address at the two-day conference, which will address a wide range of critical issues on Indoor Environmental Quality in the region

| | Aug 2, 2016 | 6:47 pm
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H.E. Dr Thani Ahmed Al Zeyoudi

H.E. Dr Thani Ahmed Al Zeyoudi

Dubai, UAE: H.E. Dr Thani Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, UAE Minister of Climate Change and Environment, will be inaugurating the World IEQ Forum, which is scheduled to take place on the 26th and the 27th of October at Al Murooj Rotana, Dubai. He will also be delivering the Keynote Address.

The Forum, produced by CPI Industry, the publishers of Climate Control Middle East magazine, is a dedicated conference that looks at Indoor Environmental Quality through the prism of the HVAC Industry. The Forum will address issues related to Existing Buildings and New Construction. It will highlight the critical need for exhaustive planning, collaboration and vigilance to ensure that design ideals of good IEQ and energy efficiency are translated into reality. Further, it will discuss the typical pitfalls that lead to sick buildings and instances of building-related illnesses.

“While the various vision statements by regional governments have driven home the need for continuous efforts towards achieving socio-economic development and a happy society, the additional motivation for the conference comes from the nearness of the two mega-events – the World EXPO 2020 in the UAE and the FIFA World Cup in 2022 in Qatar,” said B Surendar, the Editorial Director and Associate Publisher of CPI Industry. “In that context, the Ministry’s patronage is a massive boost to all stakeholders keen on protecting public health and well-being.”

This year, the Forum will extensively focus on the residential, commercial, hospitality, healthcare and education sectors and will showcase regional and international case studies, to highlight success stories to prove that it is possible to construct and maintain healthy buildings in a cost-effective manner.

For more information, visit www.worldieqforum.com.

For more details, contact:
Ruqiya Shariff, Events & Marketing Manager, CPI Industry
T: +971 4 375 68 38 | M: +971 55 440 0890 | E: ruqiyah@cpi-industry.com


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