Environmental Atlas of Abu Dhabi Emirate

The Environmental Atlas of Abu Dhabi is a beautifully bound book that brings the story of Abu Dhabi’s environmental heritage to life in a way that is at once educational and entertaining, factual and surprising, thought-provoking, and inspirational.

The development of the Environmental Atlas of Abu Dhabi Emirate involved over 100 accomplished experts in their field from scientists to storytellers across 65 different organisations, all of whom have shared their knowledge, time and passion to make the Environmental Atlas of Abu Dhabi Emirate a bound account of the emirates history.

UNEP at work, Blue carbon


‘Blue carbon’ ecosystems (mangroves, salt marshes and seagrass) function as efficient carbon sinks, storing vast quantities of organic carbon and providing a range of services that sustain communities, provide food security and help them adapt to changes in climate.