Resources

Publication

Guidebook to the Biodiversity of Linting wetlands

This guidebook talks about the biodiversity of the Linting wetlands.

Case study

Enhancing forest-related ecotourism for the Semelai in Tasek Bera, Malaysia

This project aims to stimulate ecotourism activities by the Association of Indigenous Semelai people in the Tasek Bera wetlands by training guides, supporting the development of ecotourism packages and implementing a marketing strategy.

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We are a global not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wetlands. Wetlands are areas where water is the primary factor controlling the […]

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Water supply and sanitation

Rural communities and those on the outskirts of urban areas around the world typically have a close relationship with wetlands. They are important to local economies and help meet day to day food, water and sanitation needs. They also support community resilience in the face of a changing environment.

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Natural infrastructure solutions

Floodplains are nature’s flood storage areas, evolving to make space when a river is periodically in a flood state. Society has evolved alongside floodplains using their fertile soils and flat land. As a result, vast stretches of floodplains are heavily modified and have lost their natural functions.

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Wetland agriculture and fisheries

Wetlands are cradles of life. They provide resources such as water, food, timber and non-timber products. Wetlands also support and provide habitat and breeding grounds for […]

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Rivers and lakes

Wetlands in upland and mountainous areas have an important role in regulating river flows and enhancing the quantity and quality of water downstream. They face an array of threats, including the rapid melting of glaciers due to climate change, overgrazing of livestock, water diversions for agriculture and hydropower, and increased pollution.

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Water Stores from Mountains to Sea

Wetlands such as rivers, streams, swamps, lakes, and estuaries play a critical role in supplying and regulating the quantity and quality of water. Water risks to society, including scarcity, droughts and floods, are increasing around the world. Conserving and restoring wetlands is a cost-effective investment strategy to increase water security.

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