Glasgow's D-CAT is thrilled to announce its participation in the Scottish Government's delegation to COP 28, set to take place in Dubai next month. Neil Gray, the Cabinet Secretary for Wellbeing Economy, Fair Work, and Energy in Scotland, revealed this week that a business delegation of 19 Scottish Net Zero-focused companies will be going to the climate conference in the United Arab Emirates.
Phil McLachlan, the Chief Executive of D-CAT, commented, "Being a part of the Scottish Government’s team at COP 28 is an incredible honour for D-CAT. It acknowledges the hard work, dedication, and achievements of our team who are at the forefront of developing innovative climate monitoring, reporting, and verification (MRV) data services, utilising state-of-the-art satellite remote sensing data. Participating in COP 28 further enhances our standing and will broaden our collaboration with clients on the global stage."