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Maguri Motapung: an asset lost to flames

Wetlands International South Asia is appalled and deeply saddened by the immense damage caused to the Maguri Motapung beel and its environs as a result […]

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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 […]

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‘Wise use of Wetlands’ highlighted at Roorkee Water Conclave 2020

Indian Institute of Technology and National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee, jointly organised biennial Roorkee Water Conclave from 26th– 28th February, 2020 on “Hydrological aspects of […]

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JICA-ILEC Follow-up Program 2019

As long term collaborators, Wetlands International South Asia (WISA) and International Lake Environment Committee (ILEC), Japan have been promoting integrated basin scale management of wetlands. ILEC […]

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Finding the optimal solution for WASH and water resource management issues

Wetlands International South Asia as the lead implementation partner of Watershed India Programme organised the Watershed Annual Partner Learning Meeting on 22 -25 October 2019 […]

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Developing a model management planning framework for high altitude wetlands of Himachal Pradesh

Wetlands International South Asia is entrusted with developing a model management planning framework for high altitude wetlands (HAWs) in select Himalayan landscapes under ‘SECURE Himalayas’ […]

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Establishing a regional collaborative platform for wise use of wetlands in South Asia

  Wetlands International South Asia (WISA) joined hands with International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and Department of Wildlife Conservation, Sri Lanka to bring together Ramsar […]

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Integrated management planning of Point Calimere, Ramsar site got underway at Velankanni, Nagapattinam

Geographic landmark and iconic wetland complex of Tamil Nadu, Point Calimere is facing severe ecological pressures including intermittent freshwater flows, hyper salination, degrading mangrove health […]

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Stakeholder consultations on integrated management of Hirakud Reservoir

Once hailed as the temple of modern India, the Hirakud Reservoir, Odisha State’s most prominent water infrastructure is stressed due to intermittent inflows, high siltation, […]

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Wetlands solutions for Chennai

When Chennai, the city of thousand tanks had water delivered in summers by a train, the deep flaws in urban planning focused only on built […]