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Message from our CEO on World Wetlands Day 2016

The precipitous loss of wetlands and freshwater biodiversity over the last decades has been widely reported – and alongside this, many organisations, including Wetlands International, […]

Publication

Annual Review 2009

The review charts the main achievements, as well as projects, finance and publications of Wetlands International during 2009. Furthermore, it highlights our work in relation […]

Publication

Annual Review 2008

The Annual Review 2008 charts the main achievements, as well as projects, finance and publications of Wetlands International during 2008. Furthermore, it highlights our work […]

Case study

Building with Nature in Asia

Through the Building with Nature Asia initiative we accelerate adaptation by integrating nature based solutions into water related infrastructure in Asia. We are building climate […]

Blog

The Foundation Seeking to Protect the Mangroves of Cartagena

Julián Reingold, a young wetland supporter Colombia is not only one of the countries holding more biodiversity on the planet, but also a nation in […]

News

Water, Peace and Security Partnership awarded Luxembourg Peace Prize in the Environment Category

The Water, Peace and Security Partnership has been awarded the 2020 Luxembourg Peace Prize for Outstanding Environmental Peace. The ceremony has been postponed to 2021 […]

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Making the European Green Deal work for international partnerships

The European Green Deal must scale up support for the most vulnerable people in countries disproportionately affected by climate change and environmental degradation.   This is a call of […]

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From valuing ecosystem services to embracing ‘net gain’

Biodiversity loss is posing a fundamental threat to society across all corners of the globe. As part of a special report on the sorts of risk stemming from this loss, The AXA Research Fund brought together scientists and […]

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Convention on Migratory Species conference adopts ‘ecological connectivity’ declaration

The Convention on Migratory Species (CMS CoP13) conference last month concluded with significant decisions, including a declaration on ecological connectivity that reiterates the importance of maintaining functional networks of sites and habitats to help reverse biodiversity loss and strengthen the management of their habitats worldwide.

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Dutch trade mission in Indonesia discusses integration of Building with Nature solutions for coastal and urban resilience

Indonesia faces unprecedented water related challenges including flooding, land subsidence, coastal erosion, and sea level rise exacerbated by climate change. During the Dutch economic mission […]