As part of an ongoing commitment to reduce single-use plastics, PepsiCo will debut the Aquafina® Water Station at Expo. Providing a personalised experience while encouraging mindful consumption, the station allows you to customise your drink, choosing between still or sparkling water, with the option to add a variety of flavours.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be brought to life at Expo 2020 Dubai with a physical presence at the event, in the form of Mission Possible – the Opportunity pavilion, an interactive exhibition journey that addresses the most fundamental global challenges of our time.
SDME 2021 will happen in Dubai, during the Expo 2020 activities, offering participating universities and their partners the best opportunity to be part of the most important global event of the year. These teams will exhibit the unique houses they have designed and constructed at a time when sustainability, innovation, and green energy will be in the minds of all the people living in or visiting Dubai.
The breath-taking culmination of almost 10 years of planning and preparation for Expo 2020, the Opening Ceremony at Al Wasl Plaza – an architectural marvel featuring the world's largest 360-degree projection surface – will star dazzling visuals and world-class acts.
Providing top-of-the-line products – including Dettol’s no-touch hand-sanitiser stations at all entrance and departure gates, pavilions and restaurants – the partnership supports Expo’s number one priority of ensuring the safety of all visitors, participants and staff during the six-month mega-event.
Roosegaarde’s artwork GROW is an homage to the beauty and importance of agriculture. Red and blue lights wash like waves over an enormous field surrounded by darkness.
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The inside of the pavilion greets visitors with a colorful and wide space where the main exposition is demonstrated. There is an amphitheatrical staircase in the middle of this space that not only connects the floors of the building but is also a comfortable place to sit down, relax and delve deeper into exposition.
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