DUBAI // The Museum of the Future, which opened its doors on Friday, drew attention to three main challenges: water supply, food security and self-sufficient cities.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, inaugurated the museum, whose opening comes ahead of the three-day World Government Summit 2017 to be held in Madinat Jumeirah on Sunday.
“The UAE’s strategy for building inspires people to innovate and come up with solutions for the future,” Sheikh Mohammed said.
“Leaders, decision makers and experts around the world are investing time, effort and resources to find sustainable solutions for climate change challenges.”
“These endeavours help us provide food and water, and build sustainable cities. Climate change and food security require us all to work together and propose solutions that effect positive change and benefit all economic and social sectors.”
Set up by Dubai Future Foundation, the museum proposes three new solutions, unveiling how countries can adapt to climate change and lead the future.