The online overview will be updated regularly with the latest news on what is happening throughout the Wadden Sea World Heritage Destination in response to COVID-19.
On 19 November 2020 the Wadden Sea Board chair, members and advisors as well as the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS) came together in a 2-hour online session.
A focal topic of the report is climate change. A lead essay discusses the current and projected climate change impacts in the Wadden Sea.
Extreme heat events, temperature increase and sea level rise could be the key stressors of climate change, which will affect the Wadden Sea World Heritage site.
A two-day online meeting full of impulse presentations, break out rooms and a virtual introduction to Geiranger was conducted on 4-5 November 2020.
Er zijn in augustus 2020 28.352 gewone zeehonden geteld in de Deense-Duitse-Nederlandse Waddenzee en Helgoland.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the ISWSS15 will now take place on 30 November to 3 December 2021.
World Fish Migration Day is a one day global celebration to create awareness on the importance of free flowing rivers and migratory fish.
On 16 October 1990, 30 years ago today, the Agreement on the Conservation of Seals in the Wadden Sea, or Wadden Sea Seals Agreement (WSSA), was signed.
On the 16 October 2010 His Royal Highness Prince Joachim inaugurated the Danish National Park Wadden Sea.