News & Insights


East Atlantic Flyway training for site managers and local NGO leaders in Senegal

“Migratory waterbirds connecting wetlands and people” is the motto of the Flyway Programme of Wetlands International. This was put into practice during a workshop organised […]


Wetlands International welcomes ground-breaking ruling against illegal destruction of Tripa Peat Swamp Forests

Wetlands International applauds the Indonesian court ruling which fined palm oil company PT Kallista Alam 114 billion Rupiah (approximately 7 million Euros) for illegally burning […]


AEWA Conservation Status Review

The AEWA Conservation Status Report summarises the latest available knowledge about the size and trends of migratory waterbird populations listed in Table 1 of the […]


Responsibilities of the International Coordinators of Asian Waterbird Census


Dead planet, living planet: Biodiversity and ecosystem restoration for sustainable development

This UNEP publication features many case examples of the work of Wetlands International. Editor Ritesh Kumar collected showcases from Wetlands International from all around the […]


Migratory birds ‐ Connecting Wetlands and People

Migratory waterbirds depend on a range of secure sites during their annual migrations. This flyer outlines our programme to link site managers within the African-Eurasian […]


Facts & figures on palm oil

Palm oil is a vegetable oil that is a common ingredient in a wide variety of products, ranging from biscuits, bread and noodles to shampoo, […]


Biofuels in Argentina


Environmental and social impacts of oil palm cultivation on tropical peat

This report provides a review of available scientific information and published literature on impacts of using tropical peat for oil palm cultivation in Southeast Asia. It […]