Resources

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Creating climate resilient wetlands for waterbirds and communities across the African-Eurasian flyway

The Climate Resilient Flyways project is about working at a landscape-level to benefit the local people and the birds that migrate across continents but still rely on sites within those landscapes.

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Conserving and restoring Brunei’s rich biodiversity

The country of Brunei Darussalam is a green gem on the rapidly deforesting island of Borneo. Much of Brunei is still covered in Asian lowland […]

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Avian Disease

Since 2005, we have used our experience in waterbirds and wetlands to understand the risk of diseases that can be transmitted from these animals to […]

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Protecting flyways around the world for waterbirds and people

We work with a wide range of partners to conserve migratory waterbirds. We support the establishment and management of networks of protected wetlands along the […]

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Climate-proof disaster risk reduction and Bio-rights for Indigenous communities in Guatemala

Natural disasters, droughts and heavy rainfalls, make Guatemalan communities vulnerable to their natural environment. In five departments in Guatemala we work with communities to reduce […]

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Building Community Resilience to Natural Disasters in Kenya

Downstream communities in the Ewaso Nyiro River of northeastern Kenya are extremely vulnerable to droughts and floods. We are helping communities reduce their vulnerability and […]