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‘Disaster risk assessment should be a part of wetlands management’

A global webinar on Wetlands and Disaster Risk Reduction was organised on December 15, 2022 with a special focus on the Asia Pacific region by […]

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Assessment of glacial lake outburst flood presented at the International Ground Water Conference, 2022, IIT Roorkee

(Participants at the 9th International Ground Water Conference, 2022 at IIT Roorkee ) Holding the world’s third largest amount of glacier ice after Antarctica and […]

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Eco-DRR Training workshop for Wetland Managers in Suncheon city, Republic of Korea

Wetlands International South Asia collaborated with the Ramsar Regional Center – East Asia (RRC-EA) to conduct a training session on Wetlands and Disaster Risk Reduction […]

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Workshop on “Ecosystem -Based Disaster Risk Reduction” Convened

The last two decades have witnessed a surge in water mediated risks with around 90% of natural disasters being attributed to hydro-meteorological extreme events. The […]

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Wetland conservation: A Nature-based Solution for Reducing Water-Mediated Disaster Risks

Wetlands International South Asia, in collaboration with National Institute of Disaster Management and (NIDM) and UN Environment Programme (UNEP) organized a one-day national consultation workshop […]

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Building community resilience with Eco-DRR measures at Tampara Landscape

A team from Wetlands International South Asia comprising Dhruv Verma (Project Manager, Eco-DRR) and Harsh Ganapathi (Technical Officer) undertook a field mission to review the […]

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Webinar Series: The future of wetlands in urban spaces

  Wetlands, ecosystems at the interface of land and water, have a significant role in ensuring water and climate security, given their role in the […]

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Webinar Series: Managing wetlands – addressing the challenges of water security and climate change

Wetlands, ecosystems at the interface of land and water, have a significant role in ensuring water and climate security, given their role in the water […]

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The Nature of Biodiversity: Involving Local Stakeholders for Global Change

Alongside climate change, the unprecedented biodiversity loss due to human activity presents a global emergency. The preservation of biodiversity is essential for meeting global climate […]

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Business as usual or time for a green and blue reset

During lockdown the world seems different, it even sounds different much peaceful quieter. It’s not just that the birds and animals are rejoicing, the air […]