As the Wadden Sea World Heritage is one ecosystem shared by three countries, Entrepreneurs, destination marketing organisations and local government also share the same challenges.
From 4 to 9 September, the Wadden Sea World Heritage was represented at the 4th World Heritage Marine Managers Conference in Glacier Bay, Alaska, USA.
On 24-26 September 2019, scientists, managers, policy makers, NGOs and other stakeholders explored opportunities for cooperation and protection of migrating fish.
New IPCC-report underpins the importance of Danish-Dutch-German cooperation.
On 15 September 2019 Bernard Baerends took up his post as the new Executive Secretary to the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS) in Wilhelmshaven.
The Members and Advisors of the Wadden Sea Board are invited on behalf of the WSB Chairperson to WSB 28.
“Only those who know, understand and appreciate the Wadden Sea can protect this World Heritage site.” This statement was the core of this year’s Wadden Sea Day.
The newly granted project Waddentools – Swimway Waddenzee directly derives from the trilateral Swimway Action Programme.
The Wadden Sea Board endorsed a SWIMWAY Action Programme, through which activities will be taken such as the identification of population bottlenecks and the translation of this knowledge into effective management and conservation measures.
The recently published brochure "Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative: Linking the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site with tropical wetlands and the Arctic tundra" gives an overview about results of the flyway monitoring within the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative.