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Entries for June 2011

21-Jun-2011

Wetlands International is proud to announce that the Critical Site Network (CSN) Tool developed jointly with BirdLife International, UNEP-WCMC, AEWA Secretariat and Ramsar Convention Secretariat, has won the first prize of the ESRI/SCGIS International Conservation Mapping Competition in the category “Best Interactive Web Map”.

09-Jun-2011

Gland, Switzerland (IUCN) – Africa is being given a unique opportunity to conserve its tremendous diversity of freshwater species – a critical resource for many of Africa’s poorest people. African countries can now decide to use their water resources sustainably, and avoid paying millions of dollars, as is the case in Europe, to rectify poorly planned wetland development.

06-Jun-2011

Bonn, Germany - A team of Wetlands International is present at the UN Climate meeting in Bonn (SBSTA), advocating for wetland conservation in the light of climate change. There we participate in two Side Events and bring our points across in the subsequent Adaptation Fund Board meeting as well. 

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