This section compiles our works run by the REMA. Click on 'read more' for more information about each of the work.
Rwanda is endowed with various ecosystems ranging from montane rainforests in the west to the lowland forests, woodlands, and
Rwanda is endowed with rich biological diversity comprised of a great diversity of plants, animals and habitats which make the country unique.
Global changes in temperature and precipitation and the regional distribution of those changes
The core functions of REMA focus on ensuring that environmental degradation is prevented and propose the remedial measures
Rwanda is committed to protecting the environment and addressing climate change, and has a vision to be a climate resilient and carbon neutral economy…
Rwanda is signatory to the following global environmental treaties.
Wetlands (Kinyarwanda terms, “Ibishanga n’ibibaya” or “ubutaka buhehereye”) play a vital role in maintaining
Global changes in temperature and precipitation and the regional distribution of those changes are the primary drivers affecting climate-related…
Good air quality contributes greatly to the quality of life and is essential for humans and the ecosystems.
to ensure the availability of enough and well-managed water resources for sustainable development.
to ensure growth of forest resources, their management and protection for sustainable development purpose