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Opportunities for paludiculture in the CAP

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Climate change set to degrade 87% of African wetlands for migrating birds

A staggering 87% of the Critical Sites in Africa for waterbirds are projected to become less suitable for these species by 2050, according to a […]

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Momentum gained at COP26 must ensure the future of wetlands

As the UNFCCC climate conference ends, we have seen the profile of wetlands raised more than ever before, not only as the best carbon sink but as a resilience-builder against the droughts, storms […]

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Seagrass Restoration Handbook launched

Experts from Wetlands International – European Association member the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and the University of Portsmouth have published a toolkit on how […]

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Opportunities for Paludiculture in the CAP

Central to the final decision of EU legislative bodies for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) 2023-27 is the recognition that all CAP subsidies (both Pillar […]

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At COP26, where are the wetlands?

As the world watches delegates arrive at the UNFCCC COP26 in Glasgow to prove their commitment to the Paris Agreement and keep global temperatures below […]

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Water sector thirsty for change at Climate COP

Water must be at the core of effective climate action, but many countries are unaware of the powerful water-related solutions that exist. To remedy this, […]

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Wetlands International at COP26

The 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)  takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, on 31 October – 12 November 2021 to accelerate action […]

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New report finds most European rivers will still be unhealthy by 2027 deadline

90% of river basins studied in various EU countries will still be unhealthy by 2027, new research reveals. This means those countries will miss the […]

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The Final Sprint for Europe’s Rivers: Online Event

Europe’s rivers are under threat, with 60% of Europe’s rivers in poor ecological health, unsustainable water use in agriculture, and alarming biodiversity decline. Is Europe […]