The Wadden Sea World Heritage site is being affected by climate change. The extent, however, is as yet unclear.
The transnational Wadden Sea World Heritage will be represented with a joint stand at the world's largest tourism fair ITB in Berlin on 4 to 8 March 2020.
The coordinated work of 36 countries from the Arctic to Southern Africa will enable understanding of migratory waterbirds status for better conservation.
The newly published feasibility study titled “Nature Tourism Route around the North Sea Region” presents the case for adopting a responsible tourism approach to developing a new route.
What are the current trends in tourism and general and nature-based tourism in particular?
The World Fish Migration Foundation partners with Wildlife Forever to promote aquatic conservation through art by collaborating on their State-Fish Art contest.
On 27 November the first co-creation workshop within the Prowad Link project was organised in Leeuwarden for 20 participants.
On November 22 the Frysk-Dutch show Kanoet, which from now on goes through life as red knot, premiered in a German edition at the Oberschule primary school in Bunde in Germany.
On 21 November 2019 the 30th meeting of the Wadden Sea Board was held.
To reflect on the tour and the entire year and to say thank you to the many organisations and people involved, the organisers now released a video with the tour impressions.
On 4 to 7 November 2019, the PROWAD LINK project partners met in the project pilot region of North Norfolk Coast/ the Wash (UK).
The Expert Group Seals (EG-Seals) of the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation estimates a total of 40,800 harbour seals in their newly published 2019 harbour seal report.