Empty bottles help Wadden Sea World Heritage. How? The University of Groningen (RUG) now has collection points for plastic bottles at six locations, where users can dispose their empty bottles.
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.
On 11 March, the 4th webinar of the trilateral Community of Understanding (CoU) Sediment Solutions was held online.
Het Programma naar een Rijke Waddenzee werkte samen met Provincie Noord-Holland, Staatsbosbeheer en Rijkswaterstaat aan een korte animatie over het belang van dynamiek in de duinen.
On 15 March, PROWAD LINK hosted the first out of two free Innovation Bootcamps to help participants with their ideas before submitting to the North Sea Sustainable Innovation Challenge.
The 35th meeting of the Wadden Sea Board (WSB) was held online on 10 March 2022. A few new members were welcomed.
On the East Frisian island of Spiekeroog, about 130 pupils, islanders and guests took part in an island-wide marine litter clean-up event today
What did the fish community in the Wadden Sea look like in historic times? What were drivers of change? These questions will be addressed in this project.
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.
PROWAD LINK is looking for ideas, initiatives and innovations that contribute to solving social, environmental, economic and heritage challenges in the North Sea region.
“We, the young people, are the key to sustainable long-term developments. It is time to act together for the protection and conservation of wetlands and migratory birds”
A side event may be an initiative proposed, arranged and funded by individuals and organisations with a direct link to the Wadden Sea World Heritage.