Environment & Energy

  • International Year of Biodiversity Celebrations in 2010International Year of Biodiversity Celebrations in 2010Nov 1, 2010

  • Drops MagazineDrops MagazineJan 26, 2012It is a platform that brings the practitioners responsible for planning and management to share ideas and experiences in water resources management in addition to exploring the societies’ long-term needs for water resources while maintaining essential ecological services and economic benefits.

  • National Capacity Self-Assessment ReportNational Capacity Self-Assessment ReportJan 1, 2008

  • The 4th National Convention on Biological Diversity ReportThe 4th National Convention on Biological Diversity ReportJul 1, 2009

  • Waterfowl in Aden - Instruction manualWaterfowl in Aden - Instruction manualJun 26, 2010This manual contains a simplified explanition for some waterfowl in the province which might contribute awareness raising among the public, students and interested and bird watchers, as of the fact that this type of bird (waterfowl) numbers in a steady decline as a result deteriorating environments due to development, especially the randomly development through backfilling of coasts and waterbodies. Waterfowl are known as the varieties of birds that its life (at any stage feeding, nesting, breeding, multiplication ) is related to water like Swamps, beaches, seas, lakes, marshes and others.

  • Protected Areas in YemenProtected Areas in YemenDec 26, 2010This manual is an upgraded and updated version of the Natural Reserves Guide in Yemen, which has been issued by the the program of sustainable management of natural resources in 2005. It contains the same information with some updated information.

  • Key Ecosystems Economic Valuation and Climate ChangeApr 30, 2014Yemen is one of the countries well endowed with natural resources ranging from forests, Arabic woodland, mountainous ecosystems to vast marine ecosystems. For instance, the country commands over 2500 km of shoreline. It is reported that the Yemen marine ecosystem is the most endemic and highly diversified.


We support the Government of Yemen in addressing global environmental issues at the local levels, building resilience to climate change and mainstreaming climate change into development policies.


We promote livelihoods approaches in community based management of protected areas through enhancing local capacities; encouraging green job opportunities and eco-tourism; enhancing general public and school children’s awareness on environmental sustainability and protected areas.