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A call from ‘Partners for Wetlands’ to the Convention on Biological Diversity

“A call from Ramsar COP13 to embed wetland conservation in the post-2020 biodiversity and sustainable development agendas: our challenge to the Convention on Biological Diversity”- […]

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Observing World Migratory Bird Day through photo exhibit “Wonders in Wetlands”

For the first time, Philippines joined the world in celebration of the World Migratory Bird Day through a week-long art exhibit titled “Wonders in Wetlands,” […]

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Wetlands International leads Strategic Planning for Peatlands of Mongolia

Wetlands International implemented a consultancy project for the development of a Strategic Plan for peatland restoration and sustainable management in Mongolia, funded by the Asian […]

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 Dr. Kathy MacKinnon has been awarded the MIDORI Prize for Biodiversity 2018

We are proud to announce that Dr. Kathy MacKinnon, Vice-Chair of our Supervisory Council, has been awarded the MIDORI Prize for Biodiversity 2018. The MIDORI Prize […]

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Connecting wetlands with peace and conflict at World Water Week

The importance of water in relation to human security is now widely accepted. But wetlands are still missing from this equation. In our session ‘Connecting […]

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We are part of the Resilience Strategy of Panama City

The City of Panama along with 99 cities around the world, decided to form part of the 100 Resilient Cities initiative. We participated with the […]

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First design workshop in Semarang to develop solutions for the city’s sinking and flooding challenges

Semarang, Indonesia – Indonesia and the Netherlands kick off the Water as Leverage program for Semarang, a rapidly subsiding and flooding port city on the […]

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Degradation of wetlands contributes to social instability and insecurity

During Stockholm World Water Week, we are leading the ‘Connecting water, peace, and security through ecosystems’ event, calling on governments to recognise the role of […]

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Kick off Building with Nature Training for public and private sector in Indonesia

Deltares and TU Delft recently kicked off a Training and Awareness program on Building with Nature (BwN) for private sector, government and knowledge institutes in […]

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Experts develop Africa’s highest quality mangrove maps yet

We are helping develop the highest quality and most accurate mangrove maps ever produced for Africa, combining satellite and drone data and ground-truthing.

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