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Cost-effectiveness of wetlands for climate change adaptation

This paper highlights the role of specific wetlands for climate change adaptation. It wass made for the meeting of the UN-FCCC ‘Nairobi Working Programme’ on […]

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Healthy Wetlands, Healthy People (poster)

 

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Healthy Wetlands, Healthy People (poster 2)

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Capacity building and policy dialogues on: Community- and Ecosystem-based Climate Change adaptation

Survey flyer for Barcelona Climate Talks. Wetlands International invites climate change professionals from non-Annex I countries to participate in our 2010 capacity building programme and […]

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Will the Inner Niger Delta shrivel up due to climate change and water use upstream?

When the climate will change in the Sahel, this will have an impact on the flooding of the Inner Niger Delta and, therefore, also on its […]

Factsheet Wetlands and Climate Change Adaptation

Overview of our activities on climate change adaptation. Wetlands International has a long standing history in investigating the role of wetlands in relation to water […]

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Biorights in Theory and Practice

Bio-rights is an innovative financing mechanism for reconciling poverty alleviation and environmental conservation. By providing micro-credits for sustainable development, the approach enables local communities to […]

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Better use of water of the Inner Niger Delta in a changing climate

This video shows images from the Inner Niger Delta in Mali, Africa and interviews with local farmers and fishermen andwomen on how the water of […]

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Advise to the Contracting Parties of CBD COP 9

This paper presents our views on the issues on the agenda of the Convention of Biological Diversity, COP 9, in Bonn, May 2008. Wetlands International […]

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Healthy Wetlands, Healthy People

On 8 November 2007 the People’s Government of Shaoxing City hosted a symposium, organised by Wetlands International, entitled ‘Healthy Wetlands, Healthy People’. The opening sessions […]