On 25th November 2015, NABU held an Interim Workshop at the Capital Hotel in Addis Ababa to present up-to-date results of the project ‘Biodiversity under Climate Change: Community-Based Conservation, Management and Development Concepts for the Wild Coffee Forests’ (2014-2017). more →
In November and December 2015, NABU successfully conducted further Biodiversity education camps in two sites of the Kafa Biosphere Reserve. These camps are part of NABU’s Biodiversity Campaign and aim at raising awareness about biodiversity and climate topics. more →
Ethiopia is a globally significant biodiversity hotspot and is considered to be one of the world's most species-rich countries. The last remaining highland forests have been identified as particularly valuable key ecosystems. However, they have declined dramatically in size. more →
Ecosystem functioning needs to be seen as a global task: Therefore NABU is active in biodiversity hotspots and beyond. As part of the BirdLife network bird conservation has a long tradition for us. It’s efforts are directed to the whole biodiversity.
Climate change and biodiversity loss are the most pressing challenges to humanity and people start to realize they are both sides of the same coin. NABU stands with science. We demand and support all efforts to reach a net-zero-carbon economy globally. more →
NABU promotes sustainable regional development worldwide. Our international projects always include income-generating activities, which comprehensively address all three dimensions of sustainability - balancing economy, ecology and social equality. more →
An ecosystem is a complex of living organisms. NABU focuses on restoring ecosystems to their original state and important regulatory functions such as carbon sequestration. Ideally that's done by creating conditions in which the ecosystem can recover on its own. more →