News & Insights

News

In mangrove restoration, custom solutions trump one-size-fits-all approach

By Mark Hillsdon. Originally published on Mongabay. The loss of mangrove forests worldwide is slowing, except in Asia, where there’s been a massive increase in […]

Publication

Technical Guidelines ‘Associated Mangrove Aquaculture Farms’

This technical guideline discusses Associated Mangrove Aquaculture systems, in which part of an aquaculture pond is given up to make space for riverine mangroves. This […]

Event

19 November: Webinar ‘Accelerating Adaptation through Building with Nature in Indonesia’

In this webinar we will discuss the highlights from 5 years of Building with Nature in Indonesia, and how this can serve as a lighthouse […]

Event

Webinar: ‘The road to successful Building with Nature projects’, 22 October. Register now!

Nature-based Solutions are a hot topic these days. Many agree that these solutions are the best way to counter the effects of climate change. But […]

News

In memory of Paul Mafabi

We deeply regret to announce that our former Supervisory Council member and most appreciated partner, Paul Mafabi succumbed to COVID-19 on the age of 62. […]

News

Authorities urged to revise plans for large-scale irrigation and dam construction along Mali’s blue lifelines

Plans for large-scale irrigation and dam construction along the river Niger in Mali, require serious and urgent attention from national, regional and international authorities, according […]

Event

Wetlands & Climate Action – Youth Dialogue

Wetlands hold some of the largest storages of carbon on the planet which makes their protection, conservation and restoration key nature-based solutions for both climate […]

News

Bending the curve of freshwater biodiversity loss

Wetlands International freshwater experts contribute to Living Planet Report 2020   Freshwater habitats including rivers, streams, lakes and other wetlands are among the most threatened ecosystems on our planet. Their biodiversity is declining far […]

News

Youth Power in Restoring Ethiopia’s Central Rift Valley Lakes

In the last two decades, the negative impact of human activities on the environment has reared its ugly face in most parts of the world. Ethiopia’s […]