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11 NGOs ask for a new EU Sustainable Bioenergy Policy for 2020-2030

Brussels, 05 September 2016 Wetlands International – European Association joined other 10 NGOs in a call to the European Commission for a more sustainable Bioenergy […]


Numbers and distribution of waterbirds in the Wadden Sea

This report presents total numbers and distribution of waterbirds in the Wadden Sea area based upon 36 simultaneous counts during 1980-1991. Some 10-12 million waterbirds […]


Mediterranean Wetland Inventory Database User’s Manual

MedWet – Mediterranean Wetland Inventory – MedWet Database User’s Manual


Flyway trends for waterbird species important in lakes Ijsselmeer and Markermeer

The Lakes IJsselmeer and Markermeer form the largest fresh water lake complex in the Netherlands. They have a very important function for waterbirds as breeding, moulting, migration and wintering […]


Wetland and waterbird scientist Hugh Boyd passes on

It is with great sadness that we learnt of the passing of Hugh Boyd, aged 91. Boyd was a pioneering waterbird and wetland conservationist and […]


Why LULUCF cannot ensure that bioenergy reduces emissions

This briefing launched by 11 NGOs contains an analysis of the reasons ‘Why LULUCF cannot ensure that bioenergy reduces emissions’ and a series of recommendations to […]


Waterbird Monitoring Partnership

The African-Eurasian Waterbird Monitoring Partnership is a coalition of 80+ organisations involved in waterbird monitoring and management. The Partnership supports the development of national monitoring […]


Fluvial territory: Restoration space

This technical note on river restoration explores the concept of Fluvial Territory as a space of sufficient width and continuity to retain or regain the […]


River Sinuosity Index: Geomorphological characterisation

Technical note on river restoration This technical notes on river restoration explores the concept of sinuosity. Sinuosity is used to define the degree of meandering […]