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Emirates Post Unveils Stamps Commemorating COP28

Emirates Post Group (EPG), in collaboration with the ongoing UN Climate Change Conference COP28, has issued an exclusive collection of commemorative stamps, the ‘COP28 Official Edition’ and the ‘COP28 Youth Edition’.

While ‘COP28 Official Edition’ reaffirms EPG’s commitment to environmental conservation, the second set of ‘COP28 Youth Edition’ stamps, brought out in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Youth, originated from EPG’s efforts to actively engage the youth to increase awareness of climate risks and highlight their crucial role in shaping a sustainable tomorrow. Designed by Aisha Al Zain – the winner of a nationwide stamp design competition held earlier this year – the stamp, not only commemorates the importance of COP28, but also celebrates the innovative spirit of young minds.

Emirates Post Group CEO Abdullah Al Ashram says, “The launch of these two sets of stamps symbolises the UAE’s commitment to mitigating the effects of climate change and highlights the creative capabilities of the Emirati youth. The stamps also confirm EPG’s commitment to work for a green and sustainable future.”

COP28 stamp

The conference addresses four key pillars – the fast-tracking of energy transition, fixing climate change, adaptation to protect lives and livelihoods, and inclusivity.

EPG is committed to working towards a green and sustainable future, in line with the UAE’s efforts to advance international climate action.

Printed on recycled paper, the stamps reflect EPG’s dedication to environmental impact and promoting sustainability. With a commitment to minimizing paper, ink, and energy usage, EPG’s processes prioritise recyclable packaging whenever possible and efficient delivery planning to reduce transportation impacts.

COP28 stamps are available at Emirates Post Customer Happiness Centres or can be obtained from

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