The humanitarian impact of the conflict in Yemen has been exacerbated by scarce water resources, weak governance and poor infrastructure – all of which have been further degraded by the conflict. The conflict has had a huge impact on Yemen’s weak agricultural sector leading to severe food insecurity, and impacted projects aiming to protect its remaining biodiverse areas.


Country brief: Yemen

A brief introductory overview of the environmental dimensions of the conflict in Yemen, with facts, figures and further reading.


Twitter: #Yemen

In our latest blog we analyse the catastrophic impact that the conflict in #Yemen has had on its waste management system. Not only has it set governance back by a decade, it has also created new threats to public and environmental health

How Yemen’s conflict destroyed its waste management system | CEOBS

Conflicts often disrupt environmental governance and sustainable development. In this blog Doug Weir examines how the conflict in Yemen has interrupte...

The #Yemen conflict is a classic example of how wars disrupt environmental governance and sustainable development. Our new blog explores how plans to improve waste management have been disrupted, creating risks to health and the #environment #SDGs #WASH

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