The Museum of the Future has announced the renewal of its strategic partnership with Dubai Municipality, which aims to continue shaping a prosperous future for Dubai and enhance its status as a global hub for innovators and futurists.
The collaboration between the Museum of the Future and Dubai Municipality will build on the results of the successful partnership that was established in September 2022 and will focus on the design, creation and facilitation of emerging technologies in key sectors, such as smart cities, urban planning, sustainable construction, agricultural technology and food security .
A central element of this association is the ‘Tomorrow today’ exhibition, designed and curated in collaboration with Dubai Municipality, which is dedicated to exploring the contrasting ways in which technology can contribute to the development of potential solutions to global, social and environmental challenges. The ‘Tomorrow, Today’ exhibition features next-generation concepts, prototypes and technology focusing on agriculture, waste management, environment, food security and urban planning.
His Excellency Khalfan Belhoul, CEO of Dubai Future Foundation saying:
“The Museum of the Future is a partner for all who believe in a brighter, more positive future. It is for those working to reimagine, design and execute a better tomorrow. Our partnership with Dubai Municipality, in a short period, has rapidly led to notable advances in smart city development, urban planning and sustainable design of cities of the future, enabling organizations to employ advanced technology and implement practical practices. innovative for the benefit of humanity first. and above all.”
During the last 12 months, the Museum of the Future and Dubai Municipality They have collaborated on several events alongside other museum partners, inspiring creative thinkers of the future to contribute to the development of new solutions for a brighter, more positive tomorrow. More recent, Dubai Municipality and the museum collaborated to distribute 2,071 Ghaf trees to visitors during the UAE’s 52nd National Day weekend, as part of an ongoing commitment to a more sustainable future. The donation of 2,071 Ghaf trees reflected the museum’s vision of transporting visitors to the UAE’s centenary year and Dubai Municipality’s goal of “making the UAE greener”. The event was particularly significant as it took place during the UAE’s Year of Sustainability, during which the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28) was held in Dubai Expo City.
News source: Dubai Press Office