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Training on the Sustainable Management of Peatland for Environmental NGOs

Based on the findings from the Sustainable Peatlands for People and Climate (SPPC) project, Wetlands International recommends that lessons be learnt and we should work […]

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We are the global not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wetlands. Wetlands are the source of water that supports all forms of […]

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Peatland conservation and restoration

Wetlands International has supported peatland restoration projects in China, Russia, Belarus, Argentina, Kenya, South Africa, Malaysia and Indonesia, working with local communities to promote sustainable land use options.

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Sustainable land use

Wetlands International advocates for the (gradual) removal of drainage based activities on peat and replacement of these with sustainable alternatives.

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Climate mitigation and adaptation

Peatlands emit CO2 when cleared and drained for agriculture and forestry. Over 5% of global CO2 emissions are caused by peatlands degradation. Restoration and sustainable use of these areas can reduce emissions substantially and help people to be more resilient to a changing climate.

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Peatland Treasures

Why do we consider the world’s peatlands with their black acidic waters some of the most valuable treasures on earth? By safeguarding peatlands we can reduce millions of tons of CO2, prevent major flooding, save some of the most biodiverse areas in the world and ensure water security for millions of people.

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Give to Wetlands International Malaysia and help safeguard and restore wetlands – the source of water that supports life on earth. Your financial support will help Wetlands […]

Appreciation of Wetlands Seminar at Kampung Linting, Johor

“SEMINAR KELESTARIAN ALAM: MENGHARGAI WARISAN TANAH LEMBAB (WETLANDS) 12-13 OKTOBER 2015”. (Appreciation of the wetlands seminar) KEJORA (South East Johor Development Authority) together with Wetlands […]

Response to a review by theoilpalm.org – Lopsided study on Rajang Delta

Dear Sir, I am writing in response to an article titled “Lopsided Study on Rajang Delta” posted on your website (http://theoilpalm.org/lopsided-study-on-rajang-delta/). On behalf of Wetlands […]