News

WLI Asia meet, September 2012

By Chris Rostron / 19th September 2012

Colleagues from Mai Po, Hong Kong Wetland Park, Sungei Buloh Nature Pari, KFEM South Korea and WLI global meet to discuss the next steps for the WLI Asia network.

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WLI six-monthly update, September 2012

By Chris Rostron / 2nd September 2012

WLI Update September 2012 Here’s the WLI update September 2012 – with stories of a new wetland centres at Haifeng, China and Baikka Beel, Bangladesh; exchange visits between Australia and Bangladesh, and Chile and the UK; an update from the recent Ramsar COP11 meeting; and introducing Norway’s practical way of celebrating World Wetlands Day without…

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WLI News, August 2012

By Chris Rostron / 19th August 2012

WLI News, August 2012 Since we’ve been updating the website, we have a backlog of new partners for you to see.  Take a look at: the Centro de Visitantes de Napo, Ecuador;  el Centro de Estudios de Humedales, Chile;  el Centro Nomades, Argentina;  the CoGeZoH at the ‘W’ National park in Mali (named after the shape of the river);…

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WLI News, August 2012

By Chris Rostron / 8th August 2012

WLI News, August 2012 Since we’ve been updating the website, we have a backlog of new partners for you to see.  Take a look at: the Centro de Visitantes de Napo, Ecuador;  el Centro de Estudios de Humedales, Chile;  el Centro Nomades, Argentina;  the CoGeZoH at the ‘W’ National park in Mali (named after the shape of the river);…

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World Water Day 2012

By Chris Rostron / 21st March 2012

World Water Day is coming up on the 22nd of March, and this year’s theme is Water and Food Security, exploring the link between use of water for producing food.  Did you know that for a kilo of beef, around 15,000 litres of water are needed, whereas a kilo of wheat requires just 1,500?  One…

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