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Emerging & Futuristic technologies are shaping the future of climate action, it is critical to work toward enabling sustainability by leveraging tech innovations to empower climate-action initiatives. Blockchain alone has the potential to boost innovation and mitigate climate governance challenges. As governments and the industrial sectors are fast adopting tech in the fight against climate change, transforming these efforts into a collective approach will influence the contributions individual entities make to reduce their carbon footprint.


The 2nd edition of “Sustex - Tech Innovation for Climate Action” returns to Dubai, with a vision to create an impact in the climate action ecosystem. A one-day event is an invite-only event for the key people in the Tech for Sustainability ecosphere. The event will showcase strategic panel discussions, insightful keynotes, product showcases, and technology workshops to help attending delegates discover apt solutions to their climate action activities. The platform is designed to offer you a deep insight into how blockchain and technology as a whole can help you achieve your ESG goals.


  • UAE has pledged a $163 billion investment in clean and renewable energy and key technologies. 

  • UAE allocates a $50bln investment to bolster its climate action efforts 

  • UAE is the first country in the MENA region to commit to Net Zero by 2050

  • UAE announces the formation of the UAE Independent Climate Change Accelerators (UICCA) to enable innovation and technology partnerships to tackle climate change


  • Be inspired by the best Tech ESG initiatives

  • Get an opportunity to showcase your critical actions in alleviating climate action

  • Connect with key decision-makers and sustainable technology experts from across the entire governance & industry ecosystem

  • Feature your technology innovations and solutions to a qualified audience seeking sustainable tech solutions

  • Learn how to strategize your organization's net zero roadmap

The Current Situation

  • Inaction on climate change could cost the world’s economy US$178 trillion by 2070

  • In 2022, lending for climate-related investments reached 36% or $31.7 billion exceeding the target of 35% as outlined in the 2021-2025 World Bank Group Climate Change Action Plan.

  • Environmental technology market size to be worth USD 783 Bn by 2030

  • Systemic net-zero transitions, if implemented could see new five-decade gains of US$43 trillion in the global economy —a boost to global GDP of 3.8% in 2070.


  • Ministries & Government Bodies

  • Global Enterprise

  • Supernational

  • Food & Agriculture

  • Organizations

  • Digital Infrastructure

  • Technology

  • Transportation

  • Manufacturing

  • Logistics

  • Energy & Utilities

  • Banking & Finance

  • Food & Agriculture

  • Education

  • Mobility

  • NGO’s

  • Municipalities


  • CEOs, CIOs, COOs, CFOs, CSOs

  • Sales & Marketing

  • Sustainability and innovations officers

  • Scientists, Academics & Analysts

  • Heads of R&D

  • Ministers

  • Product leads

  • Board Members

  • Business Development Directors

  • Investors & Financiers

  • Heads of Procurement

  • Consultants

  • Student & Youth

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