First President from the Arab World to Lead Global Wildlife

First President from the Arab Worldto Lead Global Wildlife – based International Union Conservation of Nature runs for global presidency and an Emirati environmentalist Razan Al Mubarak was chosen as one of the two candidates to head the Switzerland.

The news of her candidacy came this week by IUCN governing council in Gland, Switzerland.

Many tops politician and leaders who contributed to climate change globally were attended the ceremony, such as, Pakistani politician Malik Amin Aslam Khan, the current vice president of IUCN.  The outgoing president is Zhang Xinsheng of China.

Still result not announced yet, but If elected, Ms Al Mubarak will be the second woman to lead the IUCN in its 72-year history and the first president from the Arab world since 1978.

This occasion held every four years with participation of 1,400 member organisations convene, in part, to vote on its governing council, including the post of president, which also has a four-year term.

This projects being while going on for Ms Al Mubarak, as she worked very hard on global climate change such as clean water and to face, the necessity of keeping forest and reducing collusion, the importance of clean water without damaging the environment – a growing challenge in the arid Middle East.

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