A consortium of ten international organisations led by the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS) and supported by 15 political partners submitted a programme outline application to the International Climate Initiative (IKI).
The Wadden Sea World Heritage site is being affected by climate change. The extent, however, is as yet unclear.
The coordinated work of 36 countries from the Arctic to Southern Africa will enable understanding of migratory waterbirds status for better conservation.
The World Fish Migration Foundation partners with Wildlife Forever to promote aquatic conservation through art by collaborating on their State-Fish Art contest.
The 29th WSB meeting was held on Vlieland (NL) on 19 June 2019.
On 14 March 2019, the Wadden Sea Board (WSB 28) was held in Berlin.
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.