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Ziway-Shalla Basin in Balance: climate resilience for people and nature in the Ethiopian Rift

A unique consortium of Ethiopian and Dutch expert organisations has recently started a Euro 4.3-million initiative called “Ziway-Shalla: Basin in Balance” in the Central Rift […]

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Astonishing and alarming: the book ‘Barr Al Hikman: shorebird paradise in Oman’ makes an urgent call to conserve

The book ‘Barr Al Hikman: shorebird paradise in Oman’ is the outcome of ten years of intense research in the Barr Al Hikman wetland area […]

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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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Connecting wetlands to human security in Mali

Conflicts have increased sharply since 2010. Many countries and sub-national areas now face cycles of repeated violence, weak governance and instability[1]. However, political and social […]

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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 […]

Event

Conserving intertidal wetlands to enhance coastal resilience

Intertidal wetlands and associated coastal habitats provide critical ecosystem services. They are home to waterbirds, fishes, turtles and marine mammals; provide food and sustenance to coastal […]

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Prioritising peatlands at Ramsar COP 13

At Ramsar COP 13, we will participate in the event “Towards a joint peatland declaration: MEAs answer to reverse the trend on peatland degradation” and […]

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Kerala floods: from the eyes of wetlands

The beautiful southern India state of Kerala was devastated by unprecedented floods in August 2018. The scale of damages is staggering – as many as […]

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Wetlands International at Ramsar COP 13

At the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands COP 13, we aim to bring our expertise and experience from every angle and contribute further to the restoration […]

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