Resources

Publication

Wetland restoration impact on streamflow in the Rhine River Basin

Natural Water Retention through restoration of the ‘sponge’ function of currently drained soils in the middle-mountains of the Rhine basin is a locally applied nature-based […]

News

Vistula, Bug and Pripyat: European rivers matter!

At the occasion of International Day of Action for Rivers, Wetlands International Europe raises concern about plans for the construction of an inland navigation route […]

News

Big steps forward for waterbird & wetland monitoring in the Arabian Peninsula

The coastal wetlands of the Arabian Peninsula are important habitats for migratory waterbirds from Central Asia, Eastern African and Europe. Building on the regional strategy […]

Event

Dam Removal Europe goes Alps

This event has been postponed due to COVID-19. The new date will be 6-8 May 2021. On 14-16 May 2020, the Dam Removal Europe partners […]

News

#ProtectWater NGOs send open letter to EU decision-makers

Ahead of the Environment Council meeting on 5th of March, over 100 civil society organisations have sent an open letter to the three EU decision-making […]

Publication

MAKING THE EUROPEAN GREEN DEAL WORK FOR INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS

The European Green Deal must scale up support for the most vulnerable people in countries disproportionately affected by climate change and environmental degradation. This is […]

News

Wetlands International Europe joins Dam Removal Europe partnership

As of 2020, Wetlands International Europe has joined the Dam Removal Europe partnership. Together with World Fish Migration Foundation, European Rivers Network, The Rivers Trust, […]

Case study

The natural way to protect the Ebro Delta from drowning

The delta of the Ebro River has been hit hard by last week’s storm Gloria. One of the most important coastal delta’s of the Mediterranean […]

News

Feedback from Wetlands International Europe on the EU 2030 biodiversity strategy roadmap

The Communication on the “European Green Deal” released by the European Commission in December 2019 is a positive step towards integrated efforts to protect natural […]

News

Native Oyster experts agree on monitoring methods for oyster habitat restoration

With an estimated decline of 95% since the 19th century, native oyster reefs are now one of the most threatened marine habitats in Europe. In some regions, native […]