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Last round for the Nature Restoration Law

Wetlands need a Nature Restoration Law now, more than ever On 27 February, the European Parliament will vote on the Nature Restoration Law, and this […]

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Limiting environmental damage, human rights abuses and Indigenous Peoples’ rights violations: Civil society guidelines for the implementation of the EU Critical Raw Materials Regulation

Wetlands International Europe together with  multiple civil society organizations comprising the Raw Materials Coalition drafted guidelines for the implementation of the EU Critical Raw Materials […]

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Resolutions from the CMS COP14 lack the necessary attention for migratory freshwater fishes

Coinciding with the Fourteenth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS COP14), […]

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CALL TO ACTION: EU Wetland Partnerships Initiative

Healthy wetlands offer economic opportunities, support jobs, and provide livelihoods, but they are being lost. Business as usual is not working. We need international partnerships […]

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Halting the proposed Water Resilience Initiative risks deeper harm to flood and drought hit Europe

The members of the Living Rivers Europe Coalition reacted strongly against the news that the promised initiative for water resilience of the European Commission is […]

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Written feedback to the 6th consultative discussion on the implementation of the EU RMIP for Sub-Saharan Africa

Wetlands International Europe participated in the sixth consultative discussion with CSOs and ALAs on the implementation of the EU RMIP for Sub-Saharan Africa held on […]

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Open Letter to Ursula von der Leyen: Concerns about Commission’s proposal to extend Derogations to GAEC 8 under CAP

27 NGOs have aligned to publish an open letter to Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission. The organisations express their serious concerns […]

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WET HORIZONS: Upgrading knowledge and solutions to fast-track wetland restoration across Europe

  WET HORIZONS aims restore wetlands by enhancing knowledge and developing tools for large-scale action. The project improves data on peatlands, floodplains, and coastal wetlands, […]

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REWET: REstoration of WETlands to minimise emissions and maximise carbon uptake – a strategy for long term climate mitigation

The REWET project aims to maximise carbon absorption in wetlands while preserving biodiversity. Therefore, we utilise specialized technologies to monitor greenhouse gas emissions, biodiversity, meteorological events, […]

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WaterLANDS: Water-based solutions for carbon storage, people and wilderness

WaterLANDS restores wetland sites across Europe that have been decimated by human activity and lay the foundations for scalable protection across much wider areas. The […]