Tourism accounts for 5-12 percent of CO2 emissions. Montenegro has a green travel solution for climate action.
Climate change makes wetlands especially vulnerable to flood and drought. Colombia races to heal a vital ecosystem, thanks to forgotten native seeds more resistant to erratic rainfalls and high temperatures.
Despite the success of their coffee around the world, small producers fight to secure their future and preserve their environment.
Three individual stories and a global effort to save our oceans.
UNDP has been working to build peace in over 40 crisis-affected countries through our Global Programme for Strengthening the Rule of Law and Human Rights.
Over-fishing, pollution, the loss of habitat, the invasion of exotic species, and ocean acidification are endangering our oceans' health. The cost is at once economic, social and environmental.
After 2016's 7.8 scale earthquake devastated the coastal area of Ecuador, UNDP's Emergency Community Work and Debris Management initiative was launched to rebuild lives and reduce future risk.
Marlon Clarke helps countries and communities manage risk -- so that natural hazards don't become disasters.
Refugees from South Sudan and host communities in Uganda team up to propose solutions for shared challenges.
Shairi Mathur helps UNDP’s Country Offices to build programmes that reduce the risks associated with disasters, and manages the regional preparedness for recovery portfolio.