Sustainability is a key part of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 as the Kingdom strives towards a Net Zero future by 2060. With a commitment to clean energy and sustainability, the Kingdom is leading the charge in tackling energy and climate challenges with innovative solutions such as the Circular Carbon Economy (CCE) and an increasingly diverse energy mix, in which 50% of energy will come from renewable sources by 2030.

The environment and biodiversity are being protected through sustainable agriculture and conservation efforts, including the creation of wildlife sanctuaries and sustainable tourism initiatives that safeguard endangered species and preserve the natural landscape of the Kingdom. Vision 2030 is transforming cities and elevating quality of life by introducing sustainable urban greening, which provides abundant green spaces and opportunities to connect with nature.

By taking a responsible and creative approach amid today's energy and climate challenges, Vision 2030 is becoming a global model on the journey towards a sustainable future.

His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz

Crown Prince, Prime Minister, & Chairman of the Council of Economics and Development Affairs

Climate action will enhance competitiveness, spark innovation and create millions of high-qualty jobs. Young people, both in the Kingdom and the world, are demanding a cleaner, greener and more inclusive future, and we owe it to them to deliver on this.