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29. June 2016
Is the Wadden Sea still a reliable hub for migratory birds? What is the Wadden Sea World Heritage’s global responsibility? ... [more]
28. June 2016
The 17th meeting of the Wadden Sea Board (WSB 17) took place at the Multimar Wattforum in Tönning, Germany, on 22 June 2016. ... [more]
20. June 2016
“Building blocks for the future” was this year’s motto of the annual Interreg North-Sea-Region-Programme Conference at Legoland in Billund, Denmark, from 15 – 17 June (#NSRbuildingblocks). At the conference, over 350 experts from all seven North Sea countries gathered to enhance transnational cooperation in the North Sea Region and to exchange ideas for new Interreg projects. ... [more]
07. June 2016
Sixteen schools in Schleswig-Holstein (Germany) are receiving a special gift: a series of banners, showing the satellite image of the entire Wadden Sea region, as well as images of the animal life in the area. ... [more]
01. June 2016
”Nature meets culture – culture meets nature“: Meeting of German UNESCO World Heritage sites ... [more]
31. May 2016
Climate change is rapidly becoming one of the most significant risks for World Heritage sites. This is the conclusion of the report "World Heritage and Tourism in a Changing Climate", published by UNESCO, UNEP and UCS. ... [more]
25. May 2016
Four representatives from the Wadden Sea were among the 80 experts who participated in the two-day symposium held on 19–20 May in Seocheon (Korea), back-to-back with the national celebration of World Wetlands Day on 21 May 2016. ... [more]
17. May 2016
On 30 June and 1 July 2016, the Waddenacademie and the NIOZ Wadden System Research Centre will host an international scientific symposium at the island of Texel (Netherlands) on the topic of “Cumulative Effects in Marine Ecosystems”. ... [more]
11. May 2016
Is the Wadden Sea still a reliable hub for migratory birds? What is the Wadden Sea World Heritage’s global responsibility? ... [more]
04. May 2016
The photo exhibition “Our Wadden Sea World Heritage – Beauty without Borders" was opened on 3 May 2016 in the Wadden Sea Visitor Center in Wilhelmshaven (Germany). The exhibition shows the work of two artists: German photographer and biologist Martin Stock and Dutch photographer Pieter de Vries. ... [more]

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