Be a part of the UK Pavilion

In the future . . .

how will we live?

Rachel Skinner, President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) (2020/21) outlines a brand new initiative “The Carbon Project” launched in July 2020 which highlights the role that the sector can play to achieve net zero emissions.

Attendees will be able to hear more from Rachel who will be participating in the UK's programme at Expo 2020 Dubai.

Events at a glance

Our programme of activity will look at how we can provide core infrastructure and a sustainable quality of life to citizens and what it might feel like to live here in the future.  


Topics that will be covered include:

  • Achieving net zero emissions and clean growth  

  • Designing resilient infrastructure for the future ; 

  • How we will connect, design, consume and generate power in cities of the future  

  • Smart cities  

Global questions our programme will explore include:  

  • Will we have enough resources to live in 2050?  

  • Can a circular economy help us to sustain a quality of life in the future?  

  • How can we achieve net zero admissions through smart cities and natural climate solutions?  

  • How will we tackle waste in the future?  


Exhibits, displays and digital content to bring the UK technology and energy sectors to life.


Panel sessions will bring together thought leaders and industry icons to explore how our future lives will be affected by different energies and resources.


We will be sharing stimulating insights from inspirational leaders from the technology industry to engage with investors in UK technology businesses and research and development, journalists and thought leaders in the sector.


Hear from to a selection of high-profile sector commentators and influencers discussing how the different technologies will increase the quality of our lives.


Student workshops will show visitors the benefits of studying technology in the UK.