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31.08.2023

Wadden Sea Day 2023

Wilhelmshaven (D)

7th November, 2022

Young Climate Action for World Heritage: First Workshop in the Wadden Sea

“Young Climate Action for World Heritage” is a youth project combining the topics UNESCO World Heritage and climate change with a focus on sustainable action.

5th December, 2022

Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative enlargened by five new partners

At the 14th Trilateral Governmental Conference, held in Wilhelmshaven on 28-30 November 2022, five new partner organisations signed the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative vision.

30th November, 2022

Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands agree upon enhancing the protection of the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site

The Trilateral Governmental Conference is a quadrennial meeting of the members of the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation to map their course for the subsequent years until the next conference.

25th November, 2022

Over 250 Wadden Sea stakeholders to meet at upcoming Trilateral Governmental Conference

Every three to four years, national and regional authorities, scientific institutions, and environmental NGOs engage in topics of paramount importance for the protection of the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site.

30th November, 2022

Strategic Framework 2022-2029 adopted for the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative

With the establishment of the Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative (WSFI) in 2012, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands recognized their specific responsibility to contribute to conserving migratory waterbirds along the entire flyway.

8th November, 2022

Nature Business Community development Toolkit published

Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) often lack access to business tools that could help them enhance their sustainability. This is especially true in business ecosystems where interactions, access to knowledge and exchange, happen on a (s)lower scale, such as in the Wadden Sea protected areas region.

8th October, 2022

Dim the lights for World Migratory Bird Day 2022

"Dim the light for birds at night!" is the slogan of World Migratory Bird Day 2022 (WMBD). The aim of this year's campaign is to highlight the negative impact that Artificial Light at Night (ALAN) can have on many nocturnally migrating bird species.