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Entries for April 2000

21-Apr-2000

Those fine folk in the Wetlands International Seaduck Specialist Group and National Environmental Research Institute, Denmark have just issued the first announcement for the next Seaduck Specialist G...

20-Apr-2000

Wetlands International has recently entered into a partnership with the Banrock Wine company from Australia and the Dutch State Forestry Service to facilitate wetland restoration projects in the Net...

17-Apr-2000

In a Time special edition, Earth Day 2000, the popular news magazine reports on the upcoming UN and partners' State of the Planet report. Wetlands are one of five critical ecosystems assessed in thi...

17-Apr-2000

Valuable winter nesting and breeding sites on the coast of North-East England are to get extra protection, said Environment Minister, Chris Mullin. The Teesmouth and Cleveland Coast Special Protectio...

13-Apr-2000

After nine months intensive work by Wetlands International, the Global Environment Facility (GEF) has recently approved 350,000 USD (matched by a further ca. 300,000 USD) towards the preparation of

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