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26-Sep-2012

By Aprianto Masjhur

Peatlands have been recognised for their high carbon storage and their potential to emit a huge amount of carbon emissions once they are drained. Their annual carbon emissions of 2 billion tonnes are a paramount issue in the global effort to mitigate climate change. However, the perilous and far-reaching consequences from peat drainage activities are not limited to carbon loss only. Another key concern that so far has been given insufficient attention is the issue of ‘subsidence’.

09-Jul-2012

Wetlands International Launched the First Interactive Online Database on Waterbird Population Estimates at Ramsar COP11
Bucharest, Rumania – The condition of global waterbird populations is slightly improving, but is still in decline. The situation in Asia is alarming where 50% of all waterbird populations are in decline. These are the two key findings of the fifth edition of the Waterbird Population Estimates that Wetlands International launched on 8 July 2012 at the 11th Conference of Parties of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (COP11) in Bucharest, Romania.

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