Members

Country: Yemen

@yemen_mofa

  • Member since: 2015

National Focal Points

Mr. Mohamed Ali Al-Najar

Deputy Director, Department of International Organizations and Conferences

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Mr. Fahmi Abdulhadi Binshbrak

Coordinator Environment Protection Authority (EPA)

Environment Protection Authority (EPA)

Downloads

National Climate Change Actions

Summarized Information derived from Nationally determined contributions (NDCs) submitted by parties

Emissions mitigation: Reduce GHG emissions by 14% (in relation to GHG emissions BAU levels (2015)) by 2030 conditional to external support and reduce GHG emissions by 1% (in relation to GHG emissions BAU levels (2015)) by 2030 unconditionally in sectors of energy, agriculture and waste. Adaptation: Priority areas of intervention : 1) Increased water scarcity and reduced water quality – leading to increased hardship on rural livelihoods; 2) Increased drought frequency, increased temperatures, and changes in precipitation patterns – leading to degradation of agricultural lands, soils and terraces; 3) Deterioration of habitats and biodiversity – leading to expansion of desertification; 4) Reduced agricultural productivity – leading to increased food insecurity and reduced income generating activities + 3 other highlighted priority areas of intervention.

Population (2015)

26.9 million

United Nations Population Division

GNI per capita (2016)

$2'490

World Bank

PPP current international dollar

Emissions per capita (2014)

1.510 tons

Climate Analytics

Annual tons of CO2 equivalent per capita including land-use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) and all Kyoto Protocol greenhouse gases

Climate/Disaster Displacement

45 thousand displaced by climate related disasters (2016)

IDMC

Climate Vulnerability Level

High

Climate Vulnerability Level

Mortality attributable to joint effects of household and ambient air pollution (2015)

16.4 (61.3 per 100 000)

World Health Organization

Climate change attributable deaths (2015) (Data by region 2004)

1

World Health Organization

Climate change attributable deaths for children under 5 (2015) (Data by region 2004)

7

World Health Organization

Articles and Posts