Saudi Arabia’s Blueprint for Ecosystem Balance and Resilience

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Saudi Arabia is proactively preserving ecosystems through wildlife conservation, habitat protection, and a green transition.

In its 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, the nation integrates 17 goals for ecological balance, addressing global warming, water scarcity, and biodiversity loss. The National Center for Wildlife, founded in 1986, aims to expand protected areas to 30%, aiding ecosystem recovery and biodiversity.

These initiatives align with a holistic ‘one health’ approach, recognizing the link between human health and ecosystems.