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Wetlands International launches new online portal for the world’s latest data on waterbird populations

On 29 June 2021, Wetlands International launched the Waterbird Populations Portal (WPP), an online interactive platform containing the most recent data on the status and […]

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Wetlands International Argentina wins national Water Project Competition with restoration of the Llancanelo Lagoon

With their project focused on the ecological restoration of the Carapacho wetlands in Mendoza, Argentina, Wetlands International Argentina have won the 14th Fundación Vida Silvestre […]

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Mangroves in Senegal’s Saloum Delta bring 1.5 billion euros to the local economy over a ten-year period

Mangroves provide goods and services that contribute 1.5 billion Euros to the local economy of the Saloum Delta. The evaluation was made following a study […]

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Launch of a global Waterbird Populations Portal

Join our virtual webinar on 29 June 2021 from 14.00 – 15.00 CEST where we will launch the Waterbird Populations Portal (WPP), an online interactive platform […]

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Lead poisoning in waterfowl: 30 years of progress but still an unresolved problem

Thirty years ago today, on 13 June 1991, a major international meeting organised by our predecessor organization, International Waterfowl & Wetlands Research Bureau (now Wetlands […]

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The 4 Returns Framework for Landscape Restoration

Scaling up large-scale landscape restoration initiatives requires a common language and a practical systemic approach for actors to come together and generate lasting benefits.  Concern […]

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World Migratory Bird Day: Celebrating birds, wetlands and communities in China’s Liaohekou estuary

World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is a global event celebrated twice every year, this year on 8 May and 9 October with the theme: Singing and […]

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A promising new initiative for migratory waterbirds in China

A promising new initiative for migratory waterbirds in China: Inception workshop on Strengthening the protected area network for migratory bird conservation along the East Asian-Australasian […]

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A common language to accelerate landscape recovery

Scaling up large-scale landscape restoration initiatives requires a common language and a practical systemic approach for actors to come together and generate lasting benefits. Join […]