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Making Chennai climate-resilient: The Water as Leverage initiative

With nearly 70% of water being contaminated, India is placed at 120th amongst 122 countries. The water quality index according to Niti Aayogs composite water […]

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Wetlands International calls for collective action to halt and prevent further Pantanal fires

Earlier this month Wetlands International’s leadership team gathered in the Brazilian Pantanal for its annual meeting. One of the key reasons to be there was […]

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Wetlands International and One Architecture intensify collaboration for climate resilient cities

  As naturally complementary partners, Wetlands International and ONE Architecture & Urbanism have, since 2016, been working together to integrate wetlands in the urban landscape […]

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Mangroves: cost-efficient and risk-informed coastal defence infrastructure for Indonesia

“Making infrastructure more climate-resilient can have a benefit-cost ratio of about six to one. For every dollar invested, six dollars can be saved. This means […]

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Green Infrastructure is Critical Infrastructure – time for some guidance for National DRR plans

In May, leaders at the Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) agreed to capitalise on ecosystem-based approaches and leverage the complementarity across blue, green […]

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Innovative aquaculture experiment supporting mangrove recovery ready for wider uptake by farmers

Expanding shrimp aquaculture in South East Asia has been one of the main drivers of mangrove loss in the world. The PASMI project, which supports […]

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More than trees please! Reflections on the UN Climate Action Summit in New York

Entering the United Nations Headquarters you must walk across the Sustainable Development Goals set out as brightly coloured tiles across the forecourt, like some kind […]

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Wetlands International goes on Climate Strike!

Wetlands International’s global office will be on strike this Friday as the team joins the Dutch arm of the Global Climate Strike (20-27 September) in the […]

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Mangroves offer hope amid concerning outlook from IPCC oceans and crysophere report

Mangrove conservation and restoration will play a crucial role in averting the growing threat from rising sea levels that could imperil hundreds of millions of […]