WLI six-monthly bulletins

Twice a year, WLI members share their successes with the network. You can contribute to the newsletter by email. The bulletins up to 2020 are here as printable PDFs.

WLI Update August 2013

22nd August 2013

New Partners  Iwokrama, Guyana; WWF Bolivia; new website for Cap Tourment, Canada;  and the first wetland centre in the UAE, Ras al Khor. WLI North America Final call for the WLI North America workshop! The WLI N America steering group put together a stimulating programme on evaluating the effectiveness of wetland CEPA on site for…

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WLI Bulletin April 2013

19th April 2013

Click here for our latest newsletter, outlining some WLI activities from partners and from WLI global.  You can read about the launch of the new wetland centre in Bangladesh, arts projects at WWT Welney, UK, and work between Hong Kong and Taiwan wetland centres. We also take the chance to remind you that World Migratory Bird…

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WLI update, February 2013

26th February 2013

WLI Update February 2013 New Partners Brazilian partner Onda Verde; Norwegian Ostensjovennet; APREC, Brazil; Visitor centre of Abrolhos Marine Park, Brazil; and Ilsan Lake, South Korea. WLI Russia We continue to work with Wetlands International Russia and other Russian partners to develop the wetland centre network in Russia.  The Baltic Fund for Nature are leading…

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WLI Update September 2012

19th December 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 six-monthly update, September 2012

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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