• Armenia

    Armenia is situated at the intersection of Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. It is recognised internationally as a hotspot for biodiversity.

  • Benin

    Intensive cotton farming is leading to land degradation in the West African nation of Benin.

  • Bolivia

    Bolivia’s vast forests are in relatively good condition. Sixty percent of the land that makes up the five ecosystems that converge in the east of the country is protected.

  • DR Congo

    There is amazing biodiversity in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This Central African country has extensive woodland.

  • Ghana

    Mole National Park in northern Ghana, with its swathes of savannah, is home to elephants, buffalos and antelopes, while rare butterflies, birds and the near-extinct white-na

  • Indonesia

    Indonesia is the world’s third most forested country after the Democratic Republic of Congo and Brazil.

  • Paraguay

    Some 27 percent of the Gran Chaco is found in Paraguay.

  • Philippines

    The 7,107 islands that make up the Philippines are the habitat for endangered species not found anywhere else on the planet, such as Philippine eagles.

  • Tanzania

    In Tanzania, biodiversity is under increasing pressure. Over the past years, the migration of people and cattle to the Southwest of the country has strongly increased.

  • Uganda

    Two important nature reserves are located in West Uganda: Murchison and Queens National Park. There is an extremely high level of biodiversity in the Albertine Rift.