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22nd January, 2021

New report on breeding birds in the Wadden Sea published

About 395,000 breeding pairs of coastal breeding birds occur in the transnational Wadden Sea, of which 75% inhabit the islands and Halligen.

26th January, 2021

New Wadden Sea World Heritage face masks distributed among partners

The masks show one of the iconic flying five: the oystercatcher.

21st January, 2021

Avian flu in the Wadden Sea World Heritage

Information on the current animal disease situation and the developments of avian influenza viruses in the Wadden Sea World Heritage.

20th January, 2021

New colleagues at the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat: Kristine Meise and Marine Perrin

With the start of 2021, Gerold Lüerßen, who helped built up the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation in his 25 years of service, began his well-deserved retirement.

16th December, 2020

First results of 2020 flyway count published

In January 2020 the third Total Count of the East Atlantic Flyway was organized. The now published compilation of national reports gives a first overview of the bird numbers counted in 32 countries along the Flyway.

14th December, 2020

Webinar towards a trilateral sediment solutions Community of Understanding

On 27 November, the trilateral webinar Sediment Solutions was held.

10th December, 2020

5 tips on ecolabelling

Which label suits your small or medium-sized business best and what are the key aspects to keep in mind when approaching the subject of ecolabelling?

26th November, 2020

Online session for the Wadden Sea Board highlights pressing topics in the trilateral cooperation

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.

19th November, 2020

Common Wadden Sea Secretariat publishes annual report on trilateral activities

A focal topic of the report is climate change. A lead essay discusses the current and projected climate change impacts in the Wadden Sea.

18th November, 2020

Report on vulnerability of the Wadden Sea World Heritage to climate change published

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.