UNESCO released the first global scientific assessment of its World Heritage marine sites’ blue carbon ecosystems, highlighting the critical environmental value of these habitats.
On 16-17 February 2021, the second phase of an innovative rapid assessment, the Climate Vulnerability Index (CVI), was conducted for the Wadden Sea World Heritage property.
The online publication highlights some of the coping strategies and solutions developed by small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in touristic nature areas.
18 to 25 January 2021, the Global Center on Climate Adaptation organised a Climate Adaptation Week that took place in Groningen, Netherlands.
The online publication covers stories of small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) on how they incorporate the responsibility of protecting the nature area around them into their enterprises.
About 395,000 breeding pairs of coastal breeding birds occur in the transnational Wadden Sea, of which 75% inhabit the islands and Halligen.
On 19 November 2020 the Wadden Sea Board chair, members and advisors as well as the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS) came together in a 2-hour online session.
Extreme heat events, temperature increase and sea level rise could be the key stressors of climate change, which will affect the Wadden Sea World Heritage site.