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Saudi Arabia 2030: The Line

As we face the depleting effects of overpopulation on our environment, The Line offers a solution by reimagining the very concept of urban living. An ambitious project funded by the Saudi Crown, The Line envisions an entirely carbon neutral city that will be home to an estimated nine million citizens. condensed into a 200-metre wide, 170-kilometre-long structure located in the Tabuk Province of Saudi Arabia. The project is powered entirely by renewable energy and is accessible to all citizens through a viable public transportation system; yet it remains a subject of intense controversy due to its forced relocation and murdering of Indigenous populations. The project is set to be completed within the decade as part of Saudi Arabia’s 2030 Vision. As is clear, The Line may be an overzealous enterprise destined to fail, plagued with human rights abuses; but what lessons can it offer to delegates?

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Noah Martin



Hudson Bonneau

Assistant Chair


Rosalie Gauthier

Crisis Director


Liam Quraeshi

Assistant Crisis Director

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