Kuwait surged 14 spots on a reputable global environmental index, ranking 47th internationally and second in the Arab region amongst 180 countries.
Yale University Environmental Performance Index ranks nations according to sustainability, environmental health and ecosystem vitality through data on 32 performance indicators.
Commenting on the progress, Director-General of Kuwait’s Environment Public Authority (EPA) Sheikh Abdullah Ahmad Al-Humoud Al-Sabah commended new policies the country has taken in regards to the environment.
In a statement, he also expressed gratitude for the cooperation amongst state institutions, private establishments and volunteer groups that made all this possible.
Source: Kuwait News Agency