In 2020-2021, a visitor survey covering the entire destination of the Wadden Sea World Heritage in Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands was conducted. Its output shows that over 90 percent of guests know that the Wadden Sea is designated as World Heritage site.
It was the first in-person meeting where all partners attended since the start of the pandemic for the partners of the Interreg project PROWAD Link.
A new systematic analysis now gives a comprehensive overview of third-party funding opportunities specifically for projects in connection with the UNESCO Wadden Sea World Heritage.
On 22-23 February, Communication Officers dealing with social media from the German Wadden Sea National Parks, the Dutch Programme Towards a Rich Wadden Sea and the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat as well as the Dutch Wadden Sea World Heritage Coordinator met in Hamburg.
On 22 March 2022, over 40 stakeholders from the Wadden Sea, Geiranger Fjord and North Norfolk Coast met online for the Third PROWAD Link Forum.