Explore the #PowerofWetlands
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What started as a police complaint about the destruction of mangroves in 2016 turned into a passion for conserving wetla
The landscape around the meeting point of the two rivers always attracted the birds. But after the construction of the b
Stories about restoring and safeguarding wetlands are frequently about people acting on their conservation dreams of fig
When people’s livelihoods are taken away due to a change in the environment, it is difficult to help them adapt to
Tudor Creek is a unique mangrove haven, based off the Kenyan coast, where Mombasa Island splits off from the mainland. T
Across the world millions of people and animals depend on healthy wetlands. The riverine Marura wetlands, running across
Healthy wetlands provide food and fodder for the species and people living around them. But over-exploiting these resour
Wetlands adjacent to cities are often used as wasteland despite being important carbon stores. The Pantanos de Villa Wil
Every spring when the snow starts to melt on the Mongolian steppe, thousands of migratory birds land on the wetlands o
When it comes to conservation, providing alternative livelihoods and getting communities involved is often the key to st
As natural buffers against storms and floods, nursing grounds for fisheries, sources of wood for fuel and timber, and ho
Wetlands high up in mountains are often remote and harsh places, blasted by wind and rain, with all seasons possible in
Wetland wildernesses are all too often lost to the march of development — industrial infrastructure, the encroachm
WETLANDS INTERNATIONAL IS THE ONLY GLOBAL NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATION DEDICATED TO THE CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF WETLANDS.
A world where wetlands are treasured and nurtured for their beauty, the life they support and the resources they provide.
To inspire and mobilise society to safeguard and restore wetlands for people and nature.
#PowerofWetlands has been made possible by the Dutch National Postcode Lottery