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Germany helps to scale up Building with Nature in Indonesia

Wetlands International is happy to announce that the German goverment has granted financial support to scale up a running pilot which aims to restore the […]

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A civil society alliance to improve resilience to climate change along the Lujan River basin, Argentina

With the support of the Canadian Embassy in Argentina, we are working with the civil society of the Lujan River basin, in Argentina, to increase […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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