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Maimuna and the mangroves

The connections between women and wetlands, and the role they play in conservation cannot be ignored. But then, how important is it? To look for […]

Publication

Exploratory Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Study in Demak Coastal Area: Water Availability and Water Users

The Deltares modelling study shows that the yearly water supply from the rivers is abundant in Demak, however it is unequally distributed over space and […]

Publication

Strategic Intent 2015-2025

The Strategic Intent 2015-2025 is the ten-year outlook for our organisation and the overarching strategy for the organisation worldwide. It reflects on wetland based solutions for people […]

Blog

Communities manage permeable structures to restore mangroves in Java

The restoration of a mangrove green belt in muddy coastal areas suffering from erosion and abrasion can be done through, among others, construction of permeable […]

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Global action to save mangroves: the Global Mangrove Alliance

In January 2019, mangrove specialists of the Global Mangrove Alliance from all over the world came together to discuss approaches to save the world’s mangroves. […]

News

Mangrove Capital Africa: one step closer to mangrove conservation in Rufiji delta

The Rufiji Delta in Tanzania is home for mangrove forests, rich in biodiversity and important source of livelihood for the communities living there. Unfortunately, it […]

News

First design workshop in Semarang to develop solutions for the city’s sinking and flooding challenges

Semarang, Indonesia – Indonesia and the Netherlands kick off the Water as Leverage program for Semarang, a rapidly subsiding and flooding port city on the […]

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 […]

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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Questions & Answers Building with Nature in Indonesia

Building with Nature is innovative and site specific and it operates in areas where the understanding of systems is limited and where changes are dynamic. […]