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China commits to strengthen collaboration on wetlands

This morning, during a historic visit to Wetlands International’s Head Office in the Netherlands, the State Forestry Administration (SFA) of the People’s Republic of China […]

Publication

Advancing the implementation of the Sendai Framework through Ecosystem Solutions

This policy brief from the Partnership for Environment and Disaster Risk Reduction (of which Wetlands International is a member) analyses the Sendai Frame for Disaster Risk […]

Video

Migratory Birds for People

This short film has been developed by Katja Fedrowitz with the Migratory Birds for People Network, for use at wetland centres along the East Atlantic Flyway. […]

Publication

Risky business: Integrated solutions for expanding coastal cities

Hasty, business-as-usual solutions to managing disaster risks in expanding coastal cities can undermine sustainable development and actually put people, urban infrastructure and valuable land at greater risk. Integrated Risk […]

Blog

Safe passage for our avian friends

This Tuesday 10th of May is World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is a massive, global celebration of the beauty and wonder of our avian friends who, […]

Blog

Wetlands and its communities: The story of Yus – an advocate for coastal conservation

“I am very passionate about working with local communities as I believe it is a fundamental aspect for achieving conservation goals, contribute to communities’ well-being, […]

Blog

The start of a deep and positive connection between the environment, society and the economy

A 15 year-old environment campaigner stole the limelight from Ban Ki-Moon at the UN climate reception last Thursday night as he told his story of […]

Blog

Why #WaterbirdsCount: April

As part of our campaign to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the International Waterbird Census, we asked our partners to share their favourite images of […]

Blog

Fish/shrimp farming Coastal Field School, a new hope for local farmers in coastal Demak

I still remember the first time when I met Supardi (47 years old) on the first day of the Coastal Field School Training of Trainers […]

Case study

Building ecosystem resilience to escape a humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia

The remote Somali region in northeast Ethiopia is one of the most challenging Sahelian environments we’ve ever worked in. This is a parched landscape of […]