Resources

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Supporting the implementation of the Ramsar convention through the Global Mangrove Watch

Wetlands are critical resources for global biodiversity, water security, and carbon storage, but their global extent has declined by 35% from 1970 to 2015. The […]

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The State of the World’s Mangroves 2022

Today the Global Mangrove Alliance (GMA) released its annual report, The State of the World’s Mangroves 2022, a compilation of the most current information available on […]

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Strategic Intent 2020 – 2030 Wetlands International Indonesia

To ensure the achievement of increasing impact and effectiveness of our Strategy, nationally (and globally) our organisation will carry out three stages of work, namely Inspire, Mobilize and Upscale.

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Annual Review 2021 : Wetlands International Journey in Indonesia 2021

We have successfully passed the year 2021 with all the challenges and various emerged opportunities. The pandemic condition, as experienced by all of us, on […]

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World Water Week 2022

The World Water Week is the leading conference on global water issues, held every year since 1991. The Week attracts a diverse mix of participants from many professional backgrounds and every corner of the world. 

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Report on the Conservation Status of Migratory Waterbirds of the East Asian – Australasian Flyway

The East Asian – Australasian Flyway (EAAF) is one of the world’s major global waterbird flyways. The EAAF includes 276 migratory waterbird populations. The ranges […]

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We need wetlands: The urgent case for global wetland targets

As critical COP15 negotiations commence in Nairobi in June 2022, Wetlands International has produced a white paper calling for urgent global wetlands targets to be […]

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Ensuring the Global Biodiversity Framework prioritises measures to safeguard wetlands and wetland biodiversity

Wetlands cover just 7 percent of the planet but are home to 40% of the world’s biodiversity. Over one million threatened species of plants and animals depend on […]

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Building with Nature in Indonesia: Restoring an eroding coastline and inspiring action at scale (2015-2021)

This publication summarises the interventions and insights from a landscape scale implementation of the Building with Nature approach between 2015 and 2021 in Demak, illustrated […]

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Associated Mangrove Aquaculture (AMA) to build Nature-based coastal resilience and a blue economy in Indonesia

In Indonesia, mangrove destruction along the coast has resulted in massive coastal erosion. More than 30 million people in Java alone are at risk of flooding and brackish water invading their ponds.