COVID-19 practical arrangements in the framework of the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation (TWSC).
Prowad Link wanted to know how SMEs are coping during the pandemic and set out to provide a voice and platform in the frame of an inspiring video series.
As World Heritage sites are also affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the UNESCO World Heritage Centre has asked site managers around the world to send them video greetings and share how they manage during the pandemic.
World Migratory Bird Day will be celebrated by people across the world on Saturday, 9 May with the theme “Birds Connect Our World”.
On 21 to 22 April 2020, the project partners held six intense sessions on the current status of the project and its activities.
The project partners of the German-Dutch funding project INTERREG V A "Wadden Agenda 2.0" published the game app "Wadden Games".
The Dutch organisation Programma naar een Rijke Waddenzee has commissioned the Wadden Academy to map out what this means for birds using the East Atlantic Flyway.
Seals experts in the Wadden Sea World Heritage are currently facing perfect weather conditions for the second phase of their annual grey seal counts.
The proposed programme will support migratory birds and people living in 13 countries along the flyway against risks of climate related impacts.
On 10 and 11 March 2020, three representatives from the Swedish-Finnish World Heritage site “High Coast and Kvarken Archipelago” visited the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS).
During a working visit to the Danish town of Ribe, more than twenty organizations and governmental authorities from Groningen and Friesland (NL) entered into the "Ribe agreement".
Please note that the ITB 2020 has been cancelled.