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UNFCCC COP24: Action on wetlands to adhere to Paris Agreement goals

In a world where climate change has become an undeniable reality, conservation of wetlands has become a mandate for building resilience, mitigating greenhouse gas emissions […]

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Conserving intertidal wetlands to enhance coastal resilience

Intertidal wetlands and associated coastal habitats provide critical ecosystem services. They are home to waterbirds, fishes, turtles and marine mammals; provide food and sustenance to coastal […]

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Wetlands International at Ramsar COP 13

At the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands COP 13, we aim to bring our expertise and experience from every angle and contribute further to the restoration […]

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We are part of the Resilience Strategy of Panama City

The City of Panama along with 99 cities around the world, decided to form part of the 100 Resilient Cities initiative. We participated with the […]

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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 […]

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Kick off Building with Nature Training for public and private sector in Indonesia

Deltares and TU Delft recently kicked off a Training and Awareness program on Building with Nature (BwN) for private sector, government and knowledge institutes in […]

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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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Water we doing about water?

Did you know that the answer can be found in nature? Nature-based solutions such as restoring mangrove buffers in degraded coastal areas or preserving peatlands […]

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Work under Partners for Resilience in Odisha selected as one among the best practices in Asia

Under the programme, Partners for Resilience (PfR) led by Wetlands International South Asia, a case study on sustainable community-based disaster risk management - Responding to emergencies, A PfR perspective - was selected as one among the best practices in Asia by the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC). This case was submitted under the programme Institutionalizing Sustainable Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM).

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First national workshop held in Indonesia to address land subsidence problems

On 27–28 March a national seminar was held in Jakarta on the urgent issue of land subsidence in coastal lowlands which is increasingly affecting coastal […]