Environment and Energy

Challenges in Yemen

Environmental degradation and climate change impacts continue to be key development challenges in Yemen limiting available choices for the poor and impeding satisfactory progress towards human development, achievements of MDGs, and sustainability. More

Our Goals

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. more

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Environment and Energy

UNDP supports 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.

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Projects and Initiatives

Socotra

Strengthening Socotra policy and regulatory framework for mainstreaming biodiversity

The project contributes to the goal of creating a sustainable and well-governed path of development for the Socotra archipelago that ensures the conservation of its globally important biodiversity. The project's objective is that Biodiversity management considerations are mainstreamed effectively into the current process of decentralizing governance. more

SNRM

Sustainable Natural Resources Management, II

The project aims at reinforcing sustainable management of natural resources. It will capitalize on the achievements and capacities built in phase I and enhance them through the implementation of integrated interventions set more

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Fog Harvesting Project in Yemen

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Video: Re-use of Gray Water from Aden Mosques for Irrigation of Green Spaces of Streets Island

 

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This report – The 4th National Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) – report provides an important opportunity to assess progress towards the 2010 target, drawing upon an analysis of the current status and trends in biodiversity and actions taken to implement the Convention at the national level, as well as to consider what further efforts are needed.

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