Resources

Event

Stockholm World Water Week 2019

We are looking forward to joining this year’s Stockholm World Water Week, with the theme- Water for society: Including all. We will be participating in […]

News

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 […]

Publication

The Source: Annual Review and Accounts 2018

Welcome to The Source The Source is our new digital magazine showcasing the achievements of Wetlands International and its partners in 2018, and aims to […]

Case study

Strengthening the Biodiversity Corridor of Paraná Delta: a way to save the marsh deer

As part of the Corredor Azul Programme, we have started the process of  strengthening the biodiversity corridor of the Parana Delta in Argentina, which will […]

Case study

Empowered communities mobilise government funds to increase their flood safety

The northern state of Bihar is one of the least developed states in India, and almost yearly hit by serious floods. Every year during the […]

Blog

In India, Nature’s Power Overwhelms Engineered Wetlands

In India, they call the state of Kerala in the country’s far south “God’s own country”.  That wasn’t how it felt last August, when monsoon […]

News

Toward sustainable fisheries in the Parana-Paraguay Corridor: Development of the Paraná Delta Artisanal Fisheries Network

At the beginning of 2018, we have started the Corredor Azul Programme to safeguard the health and connectivity of the Parana- Paraguay wetlands system. The […]

Blog

Blue-Green Infrastructure for Climate Change Adaptation: Combining nature and semi-natural structures for water management an risk reduction in the Peruvian basins

With a changing climate, we need to think beyond traditional or “grey” engineering. “Blue-Green Infrastructure” (BGI), being the interconnected network of natural and semi-natural areas, […]

Blog

Transforming women’s lives through inclusive planning

Gulnaaz Khatun feels happier these days. The 33 year old lady living in Lakhnipur Maheshpatti village of Samastipur District, Bihar, will soon be getting a […]

Blog

A quilombola woman recounts how the wetlands help sustain her community

Luzia Rodrigues Ozório learned in her childhood to respect water and land, a value inherited from her parents, riverine communities, fishermen and the Afrodescendents. The […]