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Dr. Dhrubjyoti Ghosh, a noted wetland champion passed away

Wetlands International South Asia is deeply grieved and saddened at the untimely demise of Dr. Dhrubjyoti Ghosh, a founder member of the Society. Dr. Ghosh […]

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Wetlands International awarded €1,000,000 by Dutch National Postcode Lottery

Amsterdam, the Netherlands. At last night’s annual Goed Geld Gala, the National Postcode Lottery awarded Wetlands International €1,000,000 to mobilise action in the places where […]

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World Wetlands Day 2018: Wetlands for a sustainable urban future

On this year’s World Wetlands Day, Ramsar, together with organisations and communities around the world, will be celebrating urban wetlands. Urban wetlands help control flooding, […]

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Wetlands International welcomes better international cooperation in the Mesopotamian Marshes

Wetlands International congratulates Iraq, I.R. Iran and the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands for the newest milestone for conserving the Mesopotamian Marshes: enhanced cooperation for the […]

Publication

Strategy for the conservation of migratory waterbirds in the Senegal Delta

Publication

Strategy for the conservation of migratory waterbirds in Arctic wetlands

This document is a strategy aimed at conservation of waterbirds for the Nenets Autonomous Okrug in Northwest Russia, at the Arctic northern end of the […]

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International Waterbird Census News 2018

The 52nd International Waterbird Census (IWC) kicks off in January 2018. Below we share the latest news about the census from around the world. If […]

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For wildlife conservation, countries need good governance

Data from the International Waterbirds Census has enabled a global study of the factors that enable conservation to succeed: Protecting an area for wildlife can work – but it works better in countries with robust political governance.

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How to submit your Luc Hoffmann Medal nomination in 4 simple steps

So, you know a Wetland Champion who has shown outstanding leadership in wetland science, conservation or awareness raising? And you’d like to nominate them for […]

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The value of counting birds for people and nature

The International Waterbird Census enters its 52nd year as one of the largest citizen science programmes in the world. Every blue dot on this map shows where volunteers have taken part in the Census in the years since 1967.

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