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Working with nature for disaster risk reduction

Millions of people around the world are vulnerable to natural and man-made hazards. Unsustainable management and use of ecosystems is often a root cause of […]

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Drought report 1 (Inner Niger Delta, Mali)

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The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity for Water and Wetlands: A contribution to CBD COP11

The draft report “The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity for Water and Wetlands” was released as a contribution to the 11th meeting of the Conference […]

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Restoring the Dentaga forest in the Inner Niger Delta, Mali

Since January 2012, Mali is facing a war waged by the Tuareg separatists and the Islamists who are occupying the northern part of the country. […]

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The birds are here but the Dentaga forest is disappearing (Inner Niger Delta, Mali)

The Dentaga flooding forest is one of the largest sites receiving migratory birds in the Niger River inner delta. Because of war, it became a […]

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Water grabbing fact sheet for World Water Week

  Together with our partners in the Dutch WASH Alliance, we are calling attention to the emerging issue of water grabbing. This leaflet served as background […]

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Submission on Policy Options for the Blueprint to Safeguard Europe’s waters

Wetlands International and several partners with an interest in European water policy made the following submission to the European Commission’s Consultation on Policy Options for […]

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Jaltantra: Floodplains for livelihoods and biodiversity in North Bihar (short)

This video tells the story how biodiversity, livelihoods and wetland management are interlinked in the North Bihar, India. Endikements, roads and other development do not […]

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How to stop sand in Inner Niger Delta

Sobé and other villages in the Mali River Niger Inner Delta are threatened by the desert’s sand which is coming also in the Debo Lake. […]