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Wetland in Ruoergai, China
IN THIS ISSUE: November 2017
Sanderling flock feeding
Russian peatland restoration wins UN Momentum for Change Award
The United Nations Climate Change Secretariat has celebrated Wetlands International’s peatland restoration in Russia as one of nineteen diverse ‘Lighthouse Activities’ for tackling climate change. 
Sanderling flock feeding
Do you know a Wetland Champion?
We are seeking nominations for the Luc Hoffmann Medal, which recognises individuals who have shown outstanding leadership and accomplishments in wetland research, conservation and public awareness raising.     
Sloping bog near Tsagan lake, Terchijh
Saving Peat for Less Heat! An update
This briefing shows the progress we have made on tackling peatland emissions against a roadmap we set-out in 2015. It also showcases examples of initiatives that are leading the way in safeguarding and restoring peatlands.
Llamas near Laguna de los Pozuelos
"Saving High Andean Wetlands" for people and nature 
Wetlands International Latin America and Caribbean has initiated a two-year project to safeguard the wetlands of the Andes. The project will focus on two threatened sites and aims to improve their conservation status. 
Menno de Boer conducting field work in Guinea Bissau
Restoring mangroves on abandoned rice fields in Guinea Bissau
Our intern Menno spent three months in Guinea Bissau researching mangrove restoration. Here he shares his experiences in Guinea Bissau and as an intern at Wetlands International.
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