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28.10.2022

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4th October, 2022

Wadden Sea Forum turned 20

The Forum of the Wadden Sea Region or Wadden Sea Forum (WSF) celebrated its 20th anniversary during its 42nd plenary meeting, which took place on 28-29 September in Wilhelmshaven.

30th September, 2022

Wadden Sea Flyway Initiative represented at AEWA meeting with side event

“Strengthening Flyway Conservation in a Changing World” is the official slogan of the 8th Meeting of Parties of the African Eurasian Waterbird Agreement (AEWA) which is currently taking place in Budapest.

28th September, 2022

CWSS visits Schleswig-Holstein National Park Authority for exchange

Initiated by CWSS in 2016, the jour fixe with the National Park Authority usually takes place annually. Due to the pandemic, however, this was the first meeting since 2019.

26th September, 2022

New Interreg coastal management project approved with Wadden Sea at core

MANABAS was granted under priority 3: Climate resilience, biodiversity and pollution and aims to integrate flood and coastal erosion risk management with biodiversity goals, to deliver a sustainable future.

23rd September, 2022

Wadden Sea serves as pilot region to UNESCO on environmental DNA sampling

The UNESCO World Heritage Centre in Paris is conducting a global citizen science initiative on environmental DNA (eDNA) sampling in the UNESCO World Heritage marine sites.

4th September, 2022

Young adults from Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands discuss future of Wadden Sea cooperation

"Our Heritage. Our Future" - this was the theme of the first Trilateral Wadden Sea Youth Conference held in St. Peter-Ording from 1st to 4th September.

25th August, 2022

Wadden Sea Day: Understanding connections between species essential to Wadden Sea’s management

“Who eats whom” was at the centre of this year’s Wadden Sea Day, held on 25 August in Wilhelmshaven.

22nd August, 2022

New guideline helps destinations to recognize boundaries of tourism and preserve values of the World Heritage Site

In the framework of Interreg project PROWAD Link and together with the NIT, WWF has developed the "Wadden Sea Tourism Radar" – a method to help destinations identify in time when and in which areas this limit is being reached.