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21. November 2016
Around 150 experts and stakeholders concerned with World Heritage met on 11 November 2016 during this year's “Denkmal” event at Leipzig Fair to exchange experience and views regarding World Heritage interpretation. ... [more]
07. November 2016
The 18th meeting of the Wadden Sea Board (WSB 18) took place at the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS) in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, on 3 November 2016. ... [more]
02. November 2016
The Pan-African Ornithological Congress (PAOC) is the most important and largest experts’ conference on African birds. ... [more]
02. November 2016
At its meeting on 28 September 2016, the INTERREG Steering Committee gave approval for the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation’s Expression of Interest (EoI) for funding of the project “PROWAD LINK”. ... [more]
11. October 2016
"PROWAD - Protect and Prosper" was named one of ten innovative approaches to make destinations more sustainable at the end of September 2016. ... [more]
21. September 2016
In the framework of its programme “Building Capacity on Protected Areas Law and Governance” the IUCN Environmental Law Programme has produced a video entitled “Perspectives on Law and Transboundary Protected Areas”, which features the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation. ... [more]
30. August 2016
The 11th Wadden Sea Day, held on 25 August 2016 in Wilhelmshaven, was dedicated to the question of whether the Wadden Sea is a reliable hub for migratory birds. ... [more]
29. August 2016
On 24 and 25 August the staff of the World Heritage Division of the German Commission for UNESCO (DUK) visited Wilhelmshaven ... [more]
18. August 2016
The Joint Monitoring of Migratory Birds (JMMB) Group presents 27- and 10-year trends on 34 migratory bird species up to 2013/2014. Trends of 10 sub-species are included in the progress report. ... [more]
01. August 2016
Last week the recently published study by the Association for the Environment and Nature Conservation Germany (BUND), entitled "Nature protects Culture" was handed over to the German Federal Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks. ... [more]

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