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 […]


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 […]


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, […]


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 […]


Ensuring freshness of water for one and all – Conserving coastal wetlands for water security

Water security is central to lives and livelihoods of people. As we endeavor to achieve the SDGs, the overall water environment is increasingly getting stressed. Population growth has resulted in an exponential increase in the demand for water


World Wetlands Day – Discussing pathways for healthy urban wetlands

2 February of each year is celebrated as World Wetlands Day to mark the date of adoption of Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. The 2018 theme […]


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.)


Wetlands and Water, Sanitation and Health (WASH)

The status of water supply, sanitation and hygiene have significant bearings on human health. Development agenda within South Asia region is increasingly prioritising investments in […]