• Press Release: Postponement of the African Drought Conference

    The Ministry of Environment and Tourism hereby announces that the African Drought Conference, planned to take place from 11-15th May at the Windhoek Country Club and Resort, has been postponed until further notice due to unforeseen circumstances. Read More +
  • Young Recycling Champions crowned

    Elation on their smiling facing depicting hope and opportunity; the pupils of Namutuni Primary School may just have proved to be the long-term solution to waste management in the densely populated suburb of Katutura east. The School recently won the price for Most Improved School at the prestigious School’s Recycling Competition that is annually hosted by the Recycle Namibia Forum. Read More +
  • Crawling, teething and running – the EIF at 3!

    At an event marking the 3rd anniversary of the date the EIF started operations, its Chief Executive Officer Benedict Libanda looks back at 3 years of advocacy, strategy and relationship-building and optimistically paints a green future for the Fund and for Namibia. Read More +
  • Green Financing under scope: Four grants, four Green Concessional loans – adaptation on the cards

    The latest project evaluation session has culminated in the commitment of close N$ 14 million by the fund towards projects in the areas of agribusiness, green technology and tourism development. Read More +
  • EIF hands over bursaries worth N$ 1.2 million

    Eleven Namibian students pursuing tertiary studies in various courses related to environmental sustainability received their EIF bursaries at a media function in Windhoek. This year’s investment totaling N$ 1.2 million was particularly aimed at adding value to new research in the areas of environmental science and ecology. Read More +
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Namibia is one of few countries in the world to specifically address habitat conservation and protection of natural resources in their constitution.

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Kalahari of Namibia

With an average rainfall varying from more than 600 mm in the northeast to less than 25 mm in the Namib Desert to the west, Namibia is the most arid country south of the Sahara.

 
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Caprivi River

This climatic character however lends the country its unique and remarkable reputation as biodiversity depository with a species diversity  Click here for more pics

 
 
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A community-based approach to natural resource management.

 
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Incentives to use resources sustainably. Coming soon!

 
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Incentives to promote greater sustainable use. Coming soon!