ISTDAMA Foundation for nature conservation

May the brothers visit our website for conservation, sustainable Foundation. And developmental observations of the site to serve the environment and nature conservation, since it contains a lot of information and activities carried out by the institution

Which is an advantage and the uniqueness of the institution from the rest of the environmental institutions in a very simple to check the level of excellence has seen him international and regional organizations and open through a wider range of activities and events to raise aloft the inherent distinctive environmental shrine from the rest of the provinces of the Republic of Yemen In terms of having a large number of nature reserves (at hisswa, protected, sheltered Swan Lake, almmlah protected, protected the Grand Canyon, Persian protectorate) so keep up that level of awareness achieved environmental activity of conservative leadership orientations, represented by its leader General Qasim Zubaidi's fighter wallets Conservative and head of the local Council and to maintain a clean and healthy environment conservation wemraaaih biodiversity enjoys This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. County.

China get rid of 180 thousand old polluting car.

Environmental Office said in the Chinese capital Beijing got rid of 180 thousand old polluting cars in the first four months of the year 2017 as part of its efforts to address congestion and reduce smog.  Under an action plan published in 2015 Beijing total disposal million cars obsolete during the period from 2013 to 2017. Beijing should get rid of 300 thousand cars this year to meet this goal.  Environmental Protection Bureau said in Beijing Thursday that the capital of 5.7 million cars are responsible for about half of the nitrogen dioxide in the city and is a major source of smog.  Environment Minister Chen JI Ning earlier this year that traffic is responsible for 31 percent of total particulate emissions in Beijing.  The city has pledged special measures this year to meet the goals of reducing air pollution from 2013 to 2017 following the surge in smog in the region in January and February January February.

The average read pollution index measures the average concentration of microscopic particles (IBM 2.5) 95 micrograms per cubic meter in Beijing in the first two months of the year 2017 increased 69.6 percent compared to the same period last year.  The World Health Organization recommends that these concentrations are at 10 micrograms probably only.  The city aims to reduce average about 60 micrograms of this year and represents a reduction of more than 25 percent from the levels in 2012.


Social reality and the role of civil society institutions in Yemen

Yemeni society is conservative and interdependent society in terms of alaaelih tribal and social nature is reflected in all aspects of life and way of life and their relationships, including social, political and security conditions, the nature of the use of natural resources.  Demographic characteristics appear in Yemen that has a young with rapid population growth, with total population in 2013 about 23, 852, 400 people, of whom about 48% under 15 years of age (UNICEF, 2014), with a population growth rate of 3.2 capacity (average from 1990 to 2012), Yemen's population can grow from 2 3 million today to 50 million sometime between 2035 and 2040 (United Nations expectations for reconstruction in the world, 2011), leading to tremendous pressure on natural resources of Yemen makes the sustainability of its environment a serious challenge.

It is important to note that should read and study the statistics on Yemen always cautiously because reliable value information sources provide different results to the same indicator. For example, according to UNICEF, the urban population constitutes about 39.2% of the entire population of Yemen, while the United Nations estimated-according to World Urbanization Prospects: the revision in 2011. the urban population is approximately 34.7%. This can be explained by differences between these sources by adopting these international institutions on national sources of information inherent source of information (such as census authority in Yemen) Note that these national sources of information continues to evolve and the fact that the national population census was implemented several years ago until now.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, all relevant secondary data refers to the rapid decline in the proportion of rural population and increase in population. The joint analysis reflects both directions rates of urbanization and internal migration from rural to urban areas, thus rapidly growing demand for land and biological resources, which are mostly concentrated in the western part of Yemen.

Although Yemen has historically been a large influx of workers and permanent immigrants, social and economic pressures, social and political situation in recent years have contributed to the increase in the number of immigrants to neighboring countries, and caused the escalation of social conflicts And economic challenges, including human trafficking, illiteracy, poverty, unemployment and gender issues.  And has been the country's natural resources, because of their exposure to years of political turmoil and economic restrictions and changes to the demographic characteristics, many pressure caused the exploitation of natural resources unsustainably wotsbbt in substantial negative impacts on biodiversity.

A meeting of various negative factors affecting biodiversity in Yemen a major factor is that Yemen is currently experiencing challenges and negative environmental effects on natural habitats and critical ecosystems and biodiversity in General. These factors include the size and patch above pressures and gradual progress of environmental governance in Yemen's slow and limited effectiveness of preventive environment protection systems and weak capacity to address environmental issues and weak public environmental awareness and accelerate economic development.Read more:

Global call against wasting food was lost

José Graziano da Silva joined, Director-General of the United Nations food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to advocating renewed global commitment not to tolerate wasting food was lost.   And da Silva invited high level efficacy on the sidelines during the seventy-second session of the General Assembly, which focused on the face of it was wasting food as a way to achieve the second objective of the sustainable development goals of eradicating hunger.  And transfer the FAO press release about da Silva as saying during the event ' zero tolerance was wasting food is economically rational. The reports showed that for every dollar invested in policies to reduce food waste, we save $14 '
 He stressed that ' investing in measures to prevent wastage and loss of food also means investing in policies to combat poverty because it promotes sustainable food systems to achieve a world free from hunger. '  It is said that a third of the food that is produced for human consumption is losing or wasting every year worldwide. It occurs along the supply chain from the farm and even the dining table.

The food situation in the world.

There's more than enough food produced in the world to feed everyone, but there are still 815 million people suffering from hunger. one of the greatest challenges facing the world is how to ensure enough food to satisfy the dietary needs of the growing world population-expected to rise to about 10 billion right Lol in 2050. To feed 2 billion in 2050, food production will have to increase by 50 per cent globally. Food security is a complex situation that requires a comprehensive approach to all forms of malnutrition, and the productivity and income of small food producers, and elasticity of food production systems, sustainable use of biological diversity and genetic resources.  Part 1 the increasing world hunger after declining steadily for more than a decade, it appears that global hunger is on the rise, affecting 11 per cent of the world's population.

World hunger is on the rise: the estimated number of undernourished people from 777 million in 2015 to 815 million in 2016 plus the increase in the proportion of people who suffer from chronic hunger (malnutrition), increased the number of undernourished people on the Earth too A to 815 million, compared with 777 million in 2015. This news came that same year when struck by famine parts of southern Sudan for several months in the year 2017, as food insecurity were identified at risk of degenerating into starvation in other countries affected by conflict, Nigeria, Somalia and Yemen. The food security situation has deteriorated sharply in parts of Africa South of the Sahara and Southeast and Southwest Asia, as detailed in section 1 of this report. Declines were noted particularly in conflict situations, often exacerbated by drought or floods) partially associated CORPECUADOR (and in the past ten years, the number of violent conflicts in the world dramatically, and hit rural communities sharply and its negative impact on Food production and availability. Acute malnutrition is a major concern in southern Sudan due to lack of nutritious foods. At the peak of the lean season dependent communities on wild food and humanitarian assistance to survive. The situation has deteriorated in some places, especially those affected by the economic slowdown. And he has suffered a number of countries, which rely heavily on commodity exports, a sharp decline in export earnings and fiscal revenues in recent years, affecting food availability because of the reduced ability to import, and access to food due to lower financial possibilities To protect poor families from local food prices.  Figure 1 and the number of undernourished people worldwide since the year 2014, reaching an estimated 815 million people in 2016

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