Last quote by Rachel Kyte
It was a roll-up-your-sleeves kind of session. The sense was that we need to keep moving action forward, because we don't have time.feedback
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Rachel Kyte is associated, including UAE and energy. Most recently, Rachel Kyte has been quoted saying: “There were an extraordinary number of agreements that were reached in 2015 around the future of development, how we see society and the planet, and how we will combat climate change.” in the article How international groups are fighting for a greener world. An other article where Rachel Kyte has been quoted is Could UAE solar push lead a trend for the Gulf?.
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Quotes by Rachel Kyte
Jul 14 2016
There were an extraordinary number of agreements that were reached in 2015 around the future of development, how we see society and the planet, and how we will combat climate change.feedback
May 23 2016
Low oil prices … and the need for clean air and secure supply chains of food and water all reinforce the wisdom of the UAE in taking a long-term view and moving to be a leader in renewable energy and energy productivity. Now we hope the UAE can share its lessons in the GCC and across the developing world.feedback
May 23 2016
Diversification is key. The speed with which previously oil-dependent countries embrace diversification will be a factor in how well they thrive during the energy transition that is now underway.feedback
May 23 2016
The implications of unmitigated climate change for the UAE make its cities unbearably hot, water even more scarce and the region more unstable. Action alone and collectively to live in balance with the planet is fundamental for UAE's future prosperity.feedback
Nov 26 2014
All of the pollution that we put into the atmosphere in the past decades means that we are now locked in to a one and half degree centigrade increase in temperature by the mid-century. That means that there's very little we can do about that and so we have to be able to adapt to build resilience to that.feedback
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