Environment & Energy

  • Poverty and Environment in Kyrgyzstan. UNDP's Contribution.Mar 20, 2013Poverty and Environment in Kyrgyzstan. UNDP's Contribution.

  • Dec 25, 2014The National Report on the State of the Environment of the Kyrgyz Republic for 2006-2011he National Report on the State of the Environment is based on environmental indicators and can help to assessing status of the environment conditions and trends.

  • Dec 5, 2014Climate Profile of the Kyrgyz RepublicThe profile contains analysis the first phase of measures for adaptation to climate change, namely, the extent of the observed and expected climate changes and their impact on the Kyrgyz Republic for further effective implementation of appropriate adaptation measures.

  • Do It Yourself: A Warm HouseDec 1, 2013Do It Yourself: A Warm HouseThe publication is designed to help each resident of Kyrgyzstan, who wants to start saving on energy consumption and interested to make his or her house warm in winter and cool in summer, i.e. create comfortable conditions.

  • Kyrgyzstan's External Debt and Its ConversionMar 1, 2010Kyrgyzstan's External Debt and Its ConversionThis publication is an attempt to present a review of the UNDP Capacity Building and Environmental Governance Strengthening for Sustainable Development project activity that is being implemented within the framework of the UNDP new country programme in the Kyrgyz Republic for 2005-2010. Within this review the Kyrgyz Government’s efforts have been summarized, which can be useful for other countries with transition economies, and considered as a financial tool for sustainable development of countries with limited resources. Numerous consultations and a top level dialogue, the search for synergy between the initiatives of UNDP and other donors at national and global levels made it possible to activate this innovative mechanism and consider it as one of the priorities in achieving the Millennium Development Goals and CDF by 2010.


In recognition of the importance of environment in the national context, UNDP has prioritized energy and sustainable development with two underlying objectives: to advocate for a coherent and strategic vision on sustainable development; and to generate an increasing volume of grant funding for this sector to address critical national needs. UNDP launched its first full-fledged five-year environment programme in 2008, with the goal of including sustainable development principles into national strategies and policies. Since then, UNDP helped to promote a number of groundbreaking legislative initiatives on conserving fish, waste management, renewable energy sources, environmental code, energy efficiency and others.