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Conserving Biodiversity of the Cacheu Mangroves National Park at Guinea Bissau

From 2015 to 2018 Wetlands International, IBAP and other partners implemented a ground-breaking initiative to conserve the mangroves, tidal flats, dryland forests and seagrass beds […]

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Community-based ecological mangrove restoration

West Africa is ranked high on the list of regions threatened by climate change. Severe drought, massive deforestation, unsustainable agricultural practices, and poor watershed management […]

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New project: climate-adaptive design for Semarang: Water(shed) as leverage

We are the ecological lead in group selected to develop resilience plans for Semarang, Indonesia. The proposal, called Water(shed) as leverage, was selected by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) for its Water as leverage challenge.

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Annual Review and Accounts 2017

Our Annual Review 2017 is available in summary and auditors' versions, introducing our breakthroughs and work in 2017.

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Wetlands International General Brochure

Why are wetlands important? And what are we doing about it? This brochure introduces why and how we do what we do.  

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Enhancing action on wetlands as a key strategy to reach Paris Agreement objectives

Addressing freshwater ambitions explicitly through Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) provides a key entry-point for countries to emphasise the importance of freshwater strategies for adapting to […]

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Position paper ‘Building with Nature – exploring Nature Based Solutions for water challenges’

March 22nd is World Water Day. In 2018 the theme is ‘The answer is in nature’. Over the last decade The Netherlands has gained a […]

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Poster explaining restoring Peatlands in Russia for fire prevention and climate change mitigation

In European Russia, ten million hectares of peatlands, that were drained for various uses, have been largely abandoned as the economy economic changes. In summer […]

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Tropical Peatland Conservation and Restoration in Katingan-Mentaya, Indonesia, for Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Mitigation and Adaptation

Katingan-Mentaya Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project is the biggest Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) approved REDD+ project in the world, with potential emissions reductions averaging 7.4 million tonnes of CO2e per year.

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Environmental risk assessment & ecosystem mapping of South Sudan’s Kinaite Catchment

This report combines an environmental risk assessment with ecosystem mapping in the Kinaite Catchment of Eastern Equatoria State in South Sudan. This area has been dealing […]

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