06.07.2015 Marine Mammals, Wadden Sea Day

Marine Mammals at the Wadden Sea Day 2015

This year's Wadden Sea Day will highlight the role and population development of marine mammals in the ecosystem of the Wadden Sea World Heritage property and mark the 25th anniversary of the Wadden Sea Seal Agreement. [more]

Hamburg gets second World Heritage Site

Congratulation to Hamburg for its second World Heritage site! In addtion to the Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park which is part of the Dutch-German-Danish Wadden Sea World Heritage inscribed in 2009, today, the World Heritage Committee inscribed the Hamburg Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel on the World Heritage List at its 39th Session in Bonn, Germany. [more]
02.07.2015 blog, Event, tour

3 More Days Until the first Wadden Sea World Heritage Cycle Tour .... Let the countdown begin!

Are you ready? Only 3 more days until Andreas Böttcher with his “Wadden Sea World Heritage Cycle Tour” takes off! Interesting in participating? [more]

Best Practice Guide for marine World Heritage Sits

The UNESCO World Heritage Marine Programme has published a best practice guide for World Heritage marine sites by pooling expertise from all 47 marine sites around the World. The Wadden Sea is presented in many cases as a model to manage the only marine World Heritage Site which is shared by three countries. [more]
26.06.2015 Banc d'Arguin, Flyway, Migratory birds; West Africa, UNESCO

Wadden Sea at UNESCO World Heritage Committee Meeting

'The Wadden Sea and Beech Forests -Transboundary management of World Heritage sites as a contribution to global World Heritage Conservation’ is the title of a joint side event on 6 July 2015 at the 39th Session of the World Heritage Commitee in Bonn, Germany, which takes place from 28 June to 8 July 2015. [more]
23.06.2015 cycling, Event, tour

The first “Wadden Sea World Heritage Cycle Tour” - a private initiative to become a Wadden Sea World Heritage ambassador

Andreas Böttcher from Oldenburg (Lower Saxony, Germany) is 51 years old and an enthusiastic hobby-cyclist. For this year’s vacation he has planned to cycle the „Wadden Sea part“ of the North Sea Cycle Route and to inspire with this the people. He also wants to create awareness for this unique natural landscape. “The Wadden Sea World Heritage is of global importance” says Andreas, “This first World Heritage Cycle Tour shall show, that everyone of us can make a contribution to keep it this way for future generations”. [more]
28.05.2015 Event, Sustainable Tourism, The Netherlands, UNESCO

World Heritage Weekend 2015: Experience World Heritage in the Netherlands!

Once a year - during the national World Heritage weekend - all 10 Dutch World Heritage are in the spotlight. Everywhere you find special activities that allow visitors to experience the World Heritage. This year, the weekend is celebrated on 13-14 June under the theme "World Heritage seen through a lens." [more]

Tourism and nature conservation strengthen collaboration in the Wadden Sea World Heritage

At a one-day final project conference in Hamburg on 12 May 2015, representatives of the three Wadden Sea states, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands as well as stakeholders from the business and conservation communities discussed the results of the transnational PROWAD project and explored the possibility of continuing this collaboration in the future. [more]
30.04.2015 Conference, Sustainable Tourism

PROWAD Final Conference in Hamburg on 12 May

The final conference of the PROWAD project give participants and key stakeholders from around the Dutch-German-Danish Wadden Sea the opportunity to share experiences and initiatives. It is envisaged to encourage future networks and upcoming project participants. [more]
09.03.2015 Exhibition, Sustainable Tourism, tourism fair

The Wadden Sea World Heritage at ITB 2015

For the first time, the Wadden Sea World Heritage was jointly presented by all three countries at the ITB Berlin, one of the world’s largest tourism fair, held from 4-8 March 2015. We were represented with a booth and a large photo exhibition in the sustainable tourism hall, as well as at panel discussions and stage presentations. In addition, every day one of the various partners presented examples of how World Heritage can be experienced in their region. [more]
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