UAE unveils special postage stamps to mark COP28


The Emirates Post has unveiled two special stamp sets to mark the UAE’s hosting of the UN Climate Conference (COP28).

In keeping with the theme, both stamp sets were printed on recycled paper to reduce the impact on our planet. 

The "COP28 Stamps - Official Edition" was designed, in collaboration with COP28, to highlight the efforts of the UAE leadership in confronting climate change.

Meanwhile, the "COP28 Stamps - Youth Edition" - created in collaboration with Emirates Post Group and the Ministry of Culture and Youth - looks at effectively engaging young people to create awareness about climate risks and emphasizes their essential role in shaping a sustainable future.

The 'COP28 Stamps - Youth Edition' set was designed by Aisha Mohammed Al-Zein, winner of the stamp design competition held earlier in the year.

Abdullah Mohammed Al Ashram, CEO of Emirates Post Group, said the launch of the stamps symbolises the UAE’s commitment to mitigating the effects of climate change, and also highlights the creative capabilities of Emirati youth. 

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