The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) published guidelines on sustainability for "Tourism and visitor management in protected areas".
On 27th to 28th of November, the Prowad Link partners met in Esbjerg to develop new perspectives of sustainable tourism and plan further project steps.
The first PROWAD LINK partner meeting in Hamburg on 25-26 September 2018 served as starting point of the project.
When the ITB in Berlin opens its doors to the public on 11-12 March 2017, visitors can experience the Wadden Sea through a broad range of activities.
Nature conservation and World Heritage experts from Denmark, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Sierra Leone discuss the opportunities and challenges of working across borders.
Sustainable tourism – main theme of the Wadden Sea World Heritage booth at Berlin’s ITB – will form the focus of various talks and workshops.
For the third time, the Wadden Sea World Heritage is organizing a stand on sustainable tourism at the world’s largest tourism fair ITB.
24 World Heritage experts, practitioners and site managers from all parts of the world gathered on 14-16 November 2016 on the Isle of Vilm in Germany.
The “PROWAD LINK” project partners representing nine organizations in the Wadden Sea sat together in Hamburg on 11 November to discuss the next steps towards submitting a full application.
Geomorphology and climate, habitats and communities, species, human activities, and pollution of the Wadden Sea are the main areas of analysis in the Quality Status Report 2017 (QSR).