Related to Biodiversity
December 16, 2019
Common perception has industry at odds with environmental management and biodiversity conservation.
KHURAIS, September 15, 2019
15,000 trees to be planted by end of the year to enhance native biodiversity, sequester carbon, control sand drift onto the roads, and create natural shade.
HOUSTON, Texas, U.S., December 09, 2018
Volunteer efforts part of Aramco’s global biodiversity program to promote community and environmental involvement.
BEIJING, China, September 05, 2018
Initiative to facilitate and support the conservation and protection of mangrove swamps on Haimen Island, in Southeast China’s Fujian Province.
SHAYBAH, July 30, 2017
Collaborative biodiversity research gets underway within Saudi Aramco’s newly created Shaybah Wildlife Sanctuary, studying the rare plant species that can survive the extreme conditions of the Rub' al-Khali.
SHAYBAH, December 14, 2016
In the sand dunes of Shaybah, deep in the Rub’ al-Khali, Saudi Aramco’s Board of Directors last week inaugurated a facility of an altogether different kind - the Shaybah Wildlife Sanctuary.
We spend a lot of time in the field. So we understand better than anyone the importance of preserving the biodiversity of the environments in which we operate. By working with the Smithsonian Institution and the Saudi Wildlife Authority to reverse the decline of the Asir magpie, we're putting our energy to good use.
Nature being nurtured in vast biodiversity reserve
Deep in the Rub’ al-Khali – the Kingdom’s Empty Quarter – something remarkable has happened. Three Arabian species, which were on the brink of extinction, are once again roaming freely across their homeland.
Our operations span the breadth of the Kingdom’s environmental zones — so the protection and preservation of our natural environment for future generations is vital to our continued success.
The environmental and climatic conditions of the Tanajib area at the east coast of Saudi Arabia make it an ideal home for many species, including the vulnerable spiny tailed lizards known as dhubs.
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