Promising levels of terrestrial and marine growth are highlighted in the Environment Agency's latest survey.
The study from January to June this year shows 876 flamingo chicks were born, a rise of 22 per cent on the previous season.
Five globally threatened bird species have been recorded, while 52 hawksbill turtle nesting sites were also registered.
The region's first single-use plastic policy launched in the six month period.
And in a world first, soil surveys have been conducted using drones and artificial intelligence.
A special archive of the soil gathered is being compiled using remote sensing techniques.
Hundreds of inspections have also been carried out to ensure the quality of groundwater and wells.
.@EADTweets has published its half-year report for Jan-June 2020, which reflects promising growth in biodiversity, as well as a strengthening of policies to help protect the environment in #AbuDhabi. pic.twitter.com/ADekl1PjeL— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) August 30, 2020