Environment & Energy

  • GEF SGP Newsletter #5GEF SGP Newsletter #5Jan 15, 2015
    The articles of this issue draw attention of readers to the existing problems with reduction of agricultural lands fertility and describe the best soil conservation technology No-till (zero tillage); to new land-use practices to protect soil, rational use of mineral fertilizers using the latest equipment and control means and etc.

  • Semi-annual report of the project for 2014Semi-annual report of the project for 2014Nov 6, 2014
    This issue provides a wide and detailed report about the activities and results of the project for 2014.

  • ‘Strengthening Disaster Risk Management Capacities in Uzbekistan’ project’s annual report – 2013‘Strengthening Disaster Risk Management Capacities in Uzbekistan’ project’s annual report – 2013Nov 5, 2014
    This annual report provides a brief summary of project activities in 2013. The core of activities were community based disaster risk reduction through different media materials and community activities as well as capacity development of the Ministry of Emergency Situations and other organizations involved into disaster risk management in Uzbekistan.


Uzbekistan’s climatic and geographic features, and its unique ecosystems which are home to globally significant flora and fauna, have made environmental sustainability a national priority. Given rapid economic development in recent years, Uzbekistan recognises the need to balance economic growth and environmental protection. Therefore, a major national objective is to ensure that Uzbekistan’s environment is effectively protected and sustainably utilised for the benefit of future generations. Through capacity building and piloting initiatives, UNDP has contributed to the attainment of the Millennium Development Goal 7 and corresponding national MDG targets.