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Protection of migratory birds and their habitats for people and the planet

Bird migration is a unique natural phenomenon. Approximately 2,000 of the 11,000 bird species in the world migrate, traveling hundreds and thousands of kilometers to find the best conditions and…  


IPCC ALARM REPORT: Global Climate Trends and Forecasts for Kazakhstan

The Working Group I report is the first installment of the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), which will be completed in 2022. “This report reflects extraordinary efforts under exceptional…  




How to increase funding for Protected Areas in Kazakhstan

The United Nations Development Program in the Republic of Kazakhstan within the Biodiversity Financing Initiative (BIOFIN) presented an online course "New Approaches in Financial Management of…  


Digital technology critical to helping flora and fauna thrive

Today, high tech, the Internet and IT solutions are winners on two counts: they make people's lives easier, and they are widely used for biodiversity preservation and ecosystem restoration.…  


The Turanga tree — a relic of the deserts of Kazakhstan

The advent of warm weather in the wild steppes of Kazakhstan fills all life around with new, vibrant colours. Zheltorangy village is located in the semi-desert zone of Kazakhstan just 100 km towards…  



Boosting the ranks of women guardians of biodiversity

Today, 22 May we mark United Nations Biodiversity Day. Biological diversity is a world heritage, a most valuable gift, a vital necessity for the economic and social development of humanity. The…  


Kazakhstan's pristine nature as a potential for ecotourism development

Ecotourism is the fastest growing sector in the tourism industry, accounting for 25 percent of the global tourism. According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, the number of ecotourists…  

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