Marine and Coastal Resources of Eritrea: Promising Economic Potential

BY ERITREA PROFILE The marine biodiversity in the Red Sea spans from the unicellular phytoplankton seedlings to the enormous wales. Over 1000 different species of fish and 250 types of corals are found in the Red Sea. Besides, invertebrates, mollusks, and gastropods, as well as marine plants such as the three types of mangrove trees, […]

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A Story of Regeneration and Reforestation from Eritrea

This is a story about how human intelligence and photosynthesis combined to create abundance and natural regeneration in a place where previously only sand, seawater and sunlight existed. BY NICK JEFFRIES The application and potential benefits of circular economy thinking have been widely described in the European context. What has been less commonly explored is […]

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Securing Biodiversity through Protecting Areas

BY UNDP – ERITREA, Eritrea houses a large variety of globally significant biodiversity. With a newly launched project, GEF, UNDP and the Government is increasing efforts to protect these valuable natural resources. The project initiation workshop took place on the 22nd of July, with the ultimate objective to establish national conservation areas covering nearly one […]

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