25th February, 2019

10 Jahre Welterbe: Wattenmeer-Gemeinde präsentiert sich auf ITB-Gemeinschaftsstand

Das Wattenmeer feiert das 10-jährige Jubiläum seiner Aufnahme in die UNESCO-Welterbeliste und stellt sein Jubiläumsprogramm auf der diesjährigen ITB Tourismusmesse in Berlin vor.


Bright Future? Harbour porpoises in the Wadden Sea

As part of the annual ‘Harbour Porpoise Days’ in Wilhelmshaven, the trilateral symposium highlights and explores the role of this small whale in the Wadden Sea ecosystem.

22nd February, 2019

New Ecosystem on managing predation risk for breeding birds published

Managing predation risk for breeding birds in the Wadden Sea is the topic of the most recent publication of the Wadden Sea Ecosystem series.


ITB Besuchertage

Besuchen Sie das Weltnaturerbe Wattenmeer auf der ITB 2019.


ITB Trade Visitor Days

Visit the Wadden Sea World Heritage booth at the ITB in Berlin.


SWIMWAYs: Understanding connectivity within the life cycles of coastal fish

The international conference will focus on drivers of fish populations in coastal marine environments and evaluate current management measures.

6th February, 2019

International Prowad Link project on use of nature brands launched

On 4 and 5 February over 50 stakeholders from Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom took part in the first PROWAD LINK Forum.

31st January, 2019

Nieuwsbrief Waddenzee Werelderfgoed verschenen

Een nieuwe editie van de periodieke nieuwbrief over en van Waddenzee Werelderfgoed is verschenen, met daarin een jaarupdate 2018 en een vooruitblik op 2019.



PROWAD LINK will officially be launched on 4 -5 February 2019 and interested stakeholders from the North Sea Region are invited to join, provide feedback on the project’s work plan and to get engaged in the knowledge partnership.

17th December, 2018

IUCN publishes guidelines for sustainability in tourism and visitor management

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) published guidelines on sustainability for "Tourism and visitor management in protected areas".