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Wetland in Ruoergai, China, with hills, grassland, and ungulates
Trees growing with flooding around their bases
Action on wetlands as a key to Paris Agreement objectives
Wetlands should be included, as vital protective buffers against extreme weather and for cutting carbon emissions, in the next round of national climate strategies. 
Sunset at sea with a boat and waterbirds at Barr Al Hikman
First spring bird count at Barr Al Hikman makes case for protection
The intense bird-count in March estimated 310,000 birds were on the salt flats, aiding the government's ambition to make it a Ramsar wetland of global importance.
Water users of the Tana delta
New lease on life for Upper Tana in CEPF Partnership
We are joining the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund to develop collaborative water resource use in Kenya.
Flooded coastal fields in Indonesia
First national workshop in Indonesia on land subsidence
With coastal communities suffering erosion and flooding, we brought together scientists, government and civil society in a Land Subsidence Declaration.
Eels killed in hydroturbines
Enable fish to migrate!
Four ways to help fish get where they need to go to mate, in Europe's busy river systems–our statement along with 16 other organisations on World Migratory Fish Day.
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