The Permanent Constitution of the State of Qatar states that," the state preserves the environment and its natural balance in order to be able to achieve sustainable development for all generations” Qatar’s 2030 National Vision calls for the support of international efforts in order to mitigate the impacts of climate change as well as playing a proactive role in mitigating the negative impacts of Climate Change, especially in the Gulf region.
The State of Qatar hosted the eighteenth Doha Conference of the state's parties (COP18(. The State of Qatar is a founding member in the International Institute for the Green Growth GGGI, which participates in assisting the developing countries to adopt development strategies on a sustainable basis. These are the donor countries.
The State of Qatar has signed the Paris Protocol for the Climate Change of 22 April 2016, and ratified in Feb. 2017.
Reduction of the dependence on non-renewable Hydro-carbon materials falls within the priorities and long term directions of the State of Qatar, through seeking to diversify towards the renewable energy especially, in the field of electricity generation to exploit solar energy.
The State of Qatar is a member in OPEC Fund for International Development(OFID), which supports the UN. Initiative " sustainable energy for all," through the Fund financing, especially the developing countries.
The State of Qatar is a member of the International Agency for renewable energy, which supports the countries to transfer to the future of using Sustainable Energy