Campus Fryslân, Leeuwarden (NL)
World Heritage sites are to be preserved for future generations.
“We, the young people, are the key to sustainable long-term developments. It is time to act together for the protection and conservation of wetlands and migratory birds”
During the January weekends, you will dedicated ornithologists along the coastline of the East Atlantic Flyway, counting the waterbirds present in their specific area.
The organisers are on the lookout for ideas – big and small – that will enhance the protection and revitalisation of the North Sea region’s natural and cultural value and it’s the communities.
A new report, Ocean Science Roadmap for UNESCO Marine World Heritage, reveals that three quarters of marine World Heritage sites are unprepared for the impacts of climate change, because of a lack of scientific knowledge.
International Scientific Symposium on Wadden Sea World Heritage formulates recommendations on protection of ecosystem and biodiversity
Each year, World Migratory Bird Day is celebrated in May and October to highlight the need for international collaboration to ensure the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats on a global scale.