Solar energy trees are seen next to a camel sculpture at Terra, The Sustainability Pavilion, during a media tour at the Dubai World Expo site in the UAE on January 16, 2021. Climate change remains a deep threat but Dubai is rising to the challenge. AP: Photo
Solar energy trees are seen next to a camel sculpture at Terra, The Sustainability Pavilion, during a media tour at the Dubai World Expo site in the UAE on January 16, 2021. Climate change remains a deep threat but Dubai is rising to the challenge. AP: Photo
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

Look up to Hong Kong? Dubai is carving out its own impressive path

  • With its record as a trading hub, pivotal role in China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Covid-19 success, and the economic boost from Russian and Jewish immigrants, Dubai can no longer be dismissed as an upstart

Solar energy trees are seen next to a camel sculpture at Terra, The Sustainability Pavilion, during a media tour at the Dubai World Expo site in the UAE on January 16, 2021. Climate change remains a deep threat but Dubai is rising to the challenge. AP: Photo
Solar energy trees are seen next to a camel sculpture at Terra, The Sustainability Pavilion, during a media tour at the Dubai World Expo site in the UAE on January 16, 2021. Climate change remains a deep threat but Dubai is rising to the challenge. AP: Photo
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