Committed to hosting the world’s first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup tournament, Qatar has been busy turning the country’s transport networks green.
As a new sustainable seafront edifice springs up in Qatar, we take a look at the country’s most ambitious project yet, Lusail City.
Qatar has committed to embedding environmental sustainability into the preparations for, and in the hosting of the World Cup in 2022.
The Al Rayyan Stadium is the fifth World Cup stadium in Qatar to reach completion, and its inauguration couldn’t be held on a more auspicious day.
The World Cup 2022 is on track to be the first carbon-neutral FIFA football tournament with sustainable stadiums, green energy, and resource-saving initiatives.
From being the first country in their region to host the FIFA World Cup, Qatar is continuing to lay claim to a myriad of ‘firsts’ for this major sporting event.