Where Camels Swim: Tale of Kachchh Mangroves

Mangroves, for a majority of Indians, are synonymous with Sundarbans; the largest mangrove forest in the world situated within Ganga -Brahmaputra delta, on the east […]


Coastal wetlands: Saviours of the blue!

India is the only country in the world that boasts of an ocean named after her, the Indian ocean. Covering an expanse of 70.5 million […]


Securing wetlands for Sustainable WASH: A dialogue on Bhola Island, Bangladesh

WASH interventions can be sustainable only when the sources of water and sinks of waste are secured and well managed. Can Bhola island afford to […]


India designates Sundarban as Ramsar Site

Spread across India and Bangladesh over 1 million ha area, Sunderban is the world’s largest single contiguous mangrove swamp. The Indian part received its formal […]


Meeting held with Chilika Development Authority scientists to discuss Chilika management plan upgradation

In 2002, Chilika Lagoon became the first Asian Ramsar Site to be delisted from Montreux Record, following a successful hydrological restoration and basin-scale management interventions, […]


How to submit your Luc Hoffmann Medal nomination in 4 simple steps

So, you know a Wetland Champion who has shown outstanding leadership in wetland science, conservation or awareness raising? And you’d like to nominate them for […]


Sarovar Newsletter Series

Sarovar is the newsletter of Wetlands International South Asia (Regd.)


Coastal wetland conservation

Coastal wetlands, owing to the linkages with their inland basins, coastal zones and the sea are highly productive ecosystems. Estuaries, lagoons, salt marshes and mangroves […]

Flow Scenarios for Chilika Lagoon, India

The Chilika Development Authority recently initiated a process of hydro-biological monitoring (with support of Wetlands International), which showed the vital relationship between water flow and […]