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Wetland in Ruoergai, China, with hills, grassland, and ungulates
IN THIS ISSUE:
The UN Campus in Berlin from the 21st floor
Critical Sites Network tool 2.0
Merijn van Leeuwen blogs about launching an online tool to help migratory birds in the face of climate change. The tool helps planners see which landscapes are most important to waterbirds in Africa and Eurasia.
Trees and grass give way to a water hole with mud and cattle
Water we doing about water?
Planning for water now can help fulfil the Paris climate agreement. Susanna Tol and Ingrid Timboe of Stockholm International Water Week blog about how.
Logos of environment NGOs calling on the EU
EU budget & nature
Our European Association and four other NGOS want the EU to see a greater role for nature in its external action policy–and budget.
Surveying Chilika
Chilika Lagoon's future
India's Chilika Lagoon is a conservation success story which Wetlands International South Asia and the authorities are planning to continue.
a flock of migratory waterbirds in Indonesia
Migratory bird conservation
Yus Rusila Noor celebrates the migrations of waterbirds, and blogs about how he and colleagues track these enormous journeys.
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