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This month we announced two key events as a supporting partner to the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration, launching on 5 June. We shared our webinar series and guidelines on sustainable mangrove aquaculture landscapes in Indonesia, and brought wetlands into the virtual classrooms of 2,000 students across India. Keep reading to find out more!
Register now for our event on 4 June as part of the launch of the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration

In light of the launch of the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration, Wetlands International, WWF Landscape Finance Lab and Commonland have organised "A common language to accelerate Landscape Restoration", a virtual event on 4 June to discuss how we can create opportunities for integrating business objectives in large-scale restoration action that seeks multiple returns for people, biodiversity and climate. Hosted by Wetlands International CEO Jane Madgwick, this event will introduce the holistic 4 Returns Framework, while sharing inspiring stories of system change.
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Events, news and updates
3 June: Water, Wetlands & Fires – Innovative solutions for green recovery in South America
Wetlands International is hosting a second event for the launch of the UN Decade on 3 June to discuss the importance of wetland restoration in South America, linking it with the external dimension of the EU Green Deal. Register here.
Webinar series & guidelines: Creating sustainable mangrove aquaculture landscapes
The webinar series on 2, 9, and 16 June presents the results of 5 years of piloting a sustainable aquaculture model in Demak, Indonesia, which boosted aquaculture productivity while supporting mangrove restoration. Read more here.
Wetlands International South Asia brings wetlands to the classrooms
By actively engaging with schools as a knowledge partner, Wetlands International South Asia has helped educate over 2,000 students across India on wetlands, their importance and need for conservation through interactive online sessions. Read more here.
Building community resilience against climate change in Kenya
Regulations in the counties of Laikipia and Kajiado require irrigation farmers to establish bulk water storage, such as tanks and earth dams, and have illustrated how farmers can best build resilience against climate change during the dry season. Read more here.
Video: Supporting the unique biodiversity and communities of High Andean wetlands
Wetlands International Argentina is working with local authorities and communities to implement best management and restoration practices to secure water in five high Andean wetlands. Watch the video here.

Did you know?

Our month-long celebration of World Migratory Bird Day (8 May) saw many beloved waterbird facts, anecdotes and stories come to the fore, like this one of the Curlew Sandpiper: their migration takes them all the way from the High Arctic to tropical areas, often even crossing the Equator all the way to South Africa and Australia! They undertake this long journey by stopping in intertidal wetlands - where the conditions are favourable for them to rest and feed. Visit our Instagram to read more stories - click here.


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