This publication supported by UNDP and developed by Stockholm Environmental Institute (USA) provides economic analysis and recommendations for decision makers in Armenia that need to manage the impacts of climate change by minimizing negative impacts and maximizing adaptation opportunities.
Environment and Energy
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Lessons from a devastating earthquake in 1988 forced national authorities to reconsider its response to natural disasters in order to reduce related risks for people in Armenia. One of the 60 most disaster-prone countries in the world, Armenia faces a heightened risk of catastrophes including earthquakes, drought and flooding. more
Armenia’s forest ecosystems have been identified as a global conservation priority. It has been listed by WWF as a Global 200 Ecoregion, and by Conservation International as a biodiversity hotspot. more
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