Dubai Electricity and Water Authority launches the “Interactive Conservation Program” –...

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority launches the “Interactive Conservation Program” –...
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority launches the “Interactive Conservation Program” –...

Electricity and Water Authority launched “DEWA”, the “Interactive Conservation Program”, in line with the United Nations goals for sustainable development, as part of its continuous efforts to consolidate the concept of rationalization among the educational sector, and to urge future generations to conserve precious natural resources, and to ensure their sustainability for a green tomorrow and more. Brighter.
The program offers a wide choice of innovative awareness lectures and interactive workshops for all levels of study, which contributes to expanding students’ horizons, enabling them to realize the great efforts made to bring electricity and water supplies to their homes and educational facilities, through experience and simulation, and thus sensing their role and responsibility in rationalizing electricity and water consumption. And a sustainable lifestyle.
Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, managing director and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, said: “The authority is keen to provide the necessary support to educate new young people on ways to preserve the environment and work to sustain its natural resources, and how to apply best practices of rationalization and follow a responsible and sustainable lifestyle to reduce waste and waste. In line with the long-term national initiative launched by His Highness Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, under the slogan (Green Economy for Sustainable Development).
He added: “Depending on the advanced digital infrastructure in the Emirate of Dubai, the authority is working to promote smart learning, and to take advantage of the latest future technologies to spread the culture of sustainability among students according to meaningful educational methods. And based on its vision to be a global leader in sustainable and innovative, and within the framework of its social responsibility, the authority supports joint work and concerted efforts between public and private institutions in Dubai to spread environmental awareness among students. Today’s youth are the next generation of experts and leaders who will implement ambitious national strategies and plans. ».
Al Tayer added, “The authority calls on all educational establishments to benefit from the program at its three levels: foundation, intermediate and advanced. The authority provides the program on the Conservation Award page on its website, in addition to a guide and guidebook for all levels, which include all the information necessary for the teacher or supervisor responsible for organizing the workshops.
The activities and workshops vary between individual or group (remote), and each of them depends on a main idea related to electricity, water and the environment, and the participants interact to reach creative solutions, through discussion, play, expressive writing and other innovative methods aimed at enhancing the rationalization behaviors of the Students.

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