Resources

Publication

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 […]

News

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 […]

Publication

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 […]

News

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 […]

Event

Stockholm World Water Week

We will be in Stockholm, Sweden, for World Water Week in August 2018. Join us at side-events we lead or participate in.

Event

MENA focus -Benefits for ecosystems and wetlands through the Nexus

A side-event at Stockholm World Water Week about the needs, challenges, regional initiatives and best practices in the Mediterranean region on the sustainable management of wetlands mainly through the Nexus approach.

News

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.

Publication

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.

News

Badoudou Women reaping big from saving

We embarked on our journey at exactly 10am on a hot Tuesday morning in July to Sokhone in the Saloum Delta. On arrival we immediately […]

Blog

How can the Building with Nature approach contribute to coastal and flood safety projects?

What happens when thirty coastal engineers and coastal researchers in Indonesia are challenged with complementing or even replacing the conventional means of coastal protection by Building with Nature solutions?

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