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Europe's northernmost aquatic warbler population has expanded.

In June 2021, with the support of UNDP and in partnership with the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, 35 aquatic warbler chicks were transported from Zvanets in southern Belarus to Servech mire…  


How fire can help preserve biodiversity?

Controlled burning is rather effective nature-based solution for keeping valuable wetland ecosystems in health and safe from spontaneous fires.  


Greening of gardening opens new economic opportunities in rural communities

Alexandra Chertkova, a local rural activist from Mogilev region, gives co-villagers up-to-date knowledge about efficient and eco-friendly gardening, helps them master necessary skills and breathe new…  


Chernobyl: from recovery to development

UNDP is looking for new ways of partnership with the Chernobyl-affected districts of Belarus.  


Chernobyl: from recovery to development

UNDP is looking for new ways of partnership with the Chernobyl-affected districts of Belarus.  


Chernobyl: from recovery to development

UNDP is looking for new ways of partnership with the Chernobyl-affected districts of Belarus.  


The habitat conditions for the European bison have been improved in Nalibokski Reserve

The habitat conditions for the micro population of the European bison have been improved in Nalibokski Nature Reserve within the "Wetlands" project, funded by the GEF and implemented by UNDP in…  



New project focused to strengthen public engagement in green decision-making starts in Belarus

With the support from the EU, UNDP Belarus launches a new project to enhance public involvement in environmental decision-making.  


Strategy for conservation and wise (sustainable) use of peatlands

Belarus has 863,000 ha of natural or close to natural peatlands, including 540,000 ha of lands with a special protection areas status. 323,000 ha needs special protection regime to be introduced.…  

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