Green Arabia Conference

Green Arabia Conference 

Arabian Peninsula ... Cross road of continents

The Saudi Commission for Tourism and and Nationa Heritage (SCTH) in collaboration with Oxford University in UK had held "Green Arabia Conference-2014" in the Oxford City from 2-4 April, 2014.  A select group of archeologists and ecologists from the United Kingdom and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in addition to several scientists from a number of other countries had participated in the conference. The objective was to explore the relationship between the human history and the climate change in the Arabian Peninsula. 
The conference was officially inaugurated by His Royal Highness Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, President of SCTA. In his speech, the President of SCTA highlighted the deep rooted history and culture of the Arabian Peninsula since the prehistoric periods, and the impact of climate change on the land of the Arabian Peninsula, which was once abound with lakes, orchards and rivers, and not devoid of civilizations. 

Conference Themes:

  • Archaeology and cultural heritage for defining climate change in the past and their impact.
  • Issues of common concern between the two Kingdoms.


كلمة سمو رئيس الهيئة في مؤتمر الجزيرة العربية الخضراء    كلمة  الأمير تشارلز

Saudi-British Cooperation

Event’s importance

Why Oxford?

Green Arabia Project

Importance of archeological excavations


Road of Arabia Film


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