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Open letter to the Mediterranean Shipping Company from conservation organisations: Where is the compensation for pollution of the Wadden Sea?

On the night of 1 January 2019, the Swiss shipping company MSC lost 342 containers, spilling toxic substances and plastic debris across the beaches, dunes, […]

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RSPO adopts palm oil standards developed by Wetlands International to limit peatland degradation

The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) has adopted new standards, developed by Wetlands International, to help curb the degradation of tropical forests and peatlands […]

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Yellow Sea wetlands achieve UNESCO World Heritage status with support from Wetlands International

The first parts of the world’s largest intertidal mudflat ecosystem and its fringing marshes on the Yellow Sea, China, have received UNESCO World Heritage status […]

Video

BBC Newshour 2019 with Jane Madgwick

Our CEO Jane Madgwick talk about nature based solutions and the importance of rebuilding human’s relation to nature in her interview at BBC. This interview […]

Publication

East Atlantic Flyway assessment 2017: The status of coastal waterbird populations and their sites

The ‘total count’ of the coastal East Atlantic Flyway in January 2017 was carried out in 33 countries of which 11 in Europe and 22 […]

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Business and industry need to join civil society and governments to improve the condition of wetlands

Business and industry need to act if we are to reverse the loss and degradation of wetlands globally. This is why we work with not […]

Case study

Building Urban Resilience with Nature

At Wetlands International, we are working on leveraging nature to transform cities into safer and more prosperous environments for tomorrow. As cities are increasingly challenged […]

Publication

Wader Atlas

The Atlas of Wader Populations in Africa and Western Eurasia by Wetlands International and the International Wader Study Group can be downloaded here. This atlas […]

Case study

We won’t let another life disappear

Every year thousands of birds fly across continents to escape the cold winter and find temporary refuge in another part of the globe. The route […]

News

Time for action, not despair: The IPBES Global Assessment report and the solutions we offer

The Global Assessment by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform for Biodiversity and Ecological Services (IPBES) paints a scary picture of decline in nature. We are losing […]