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Mangrove restoration: to plant or not to plant?

Mangrove planting has become hugely popular. The majority of planting efforts are however failing. A more effective approach is to create the right conditions for […]

Blog

Mayors, take care of your wetlands!

Wetlands determine the sustainability, opportunities for growth and resilience of cities to a large extent. But their protective and provisioning services – often from far […]

News

How to open development when the Tana Basin is closing

On 29th of September Wetlands International successfully launched a study on The Economics of Ecosystem Services of the Tana River Basin in Nairobi Kenya. The […]

Publication

Innovating Engineering and Ecosystem-based Approaches for Disaster Risk Reduction

The Partnership for Environment and Disaster Risk Reduction (PEDRR) organized its Third International Science-Policy Workshop on 14-16 June, 2016, at the United Nations University Institute […]

News

New irrigation plans threaten food production Inner Niger Delta

Food production in the Inner Niger Delta in Mali will decline as a result of government plans to expand irrigation in Office du Niger, according […]

News

Watershed – empowering citizens to launch in Stockholm

The Watershed strategic partnership between the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Netherlands-based organisations Akvo, IRC, Simavi and Wetlands International is being launched at an […]

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Safeguarding the Tana River

Publication

Wetlands International Africa Annual Report 2015

Wetlands International Africa endeavors to meet the challenges facing the world by: protecting the environment communities, habitat restoration and conservation of biodiversity, sustainable water management, climate change […]

Publication

The Economics of Ecosystem Services of the Tana River Basin

The Tana River Basin covers 22% of Kenya’s total land mass and is home to 18% of the country’s population. It provides a range of ecosystem services vital for […]

Blog

Time travel with wetlands

If we could travel back in time, to the year 1900, 65% of all wetlands in the world would not yet have been lost. We […]