• Natural Resource Management

    The State shall actively promote and maintain the welfare of the people by adopting, international policies aimed at the following... Read More +
  • Green Technologies & Low Carbon Development

    Increases in natural disasters such as drought, floods and hurricanes; rising sea levels, ocean acidification, depletion of water resources and strains on agricultural production... Read More +
  • Tourism Development

    Tourism forms an integral part of Namibia’s economy, contributing not only significantly to the GDP of the country but also providing a means of improving livelihoods in remote areas where there are few economic opportunities. Read More +
  • Mining, Fishing & Farming

    It is a well–known fact that the use of pesticides in agriculture, can improve agricultural productivity, but at the cost of significantly higher groundwater and other pollution. Read More +
  • Training, Research and Education

    The EIF has an important role to play in ensuring that there is general awareness on environmental issues and their impacts on livelihoods in Namibia. Read More +
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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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Video 3

Incentives to promote greater sustainable use. Coming soon!

 
 
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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