According to an official, the International Horticultural Exhibition (Expo 2023 Doha) will present cutting-edge methods and solutions to strengthen the agricultural industry and stop desertification as a means of addressing climate change.
Techniques that allow for the sustainable development of trees and crops in dry areas are crucial in reversing the global desertification trend. “The expo will host famous international companies, universities and research institutions from over 80 countries,” said Secretary-General of the National Committee for hosting Expo 2023 Doha, Mohammed Ali Al Khouri. Qatar University, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, and universities operating under the Qatar Foundation, according to Al Khouri, who is also the Director of the Public Parks Department at the Ministry of Municipality, will participate in Expo 2023 Doha. He said that universities will provide studies on improving the agricultural sector, including farming and the landscape, which would be advantageous to Qatar and many other nations in the area. “A large number of events and activities will be held during the event. We are all set to issue the agenda of six-month-long Expo 2023 Doha,’ the first-of-its-kind in the GCC and MENA region,” said Al Khori.