On 24-26 September 2019, scientists, managers, policy makers, NGOs and other stakeholders explored opportunities for cooperation and protection of migrating fish.
“Only those who know, understand and appreciate the Wadden Sea can protect this World Heritage site.” This statement was the core of this year’s Wadden Sea Day.
The newly granted project Waddentools – Swimway Waddenzee directly derives from the trilateral Swimway Action Programme.
The Wadden Sea Board endorsed a SWIMWAY Action Programme, through which activities will be taken such as the identification of population bottlenecks and the translation of this knowledge into effective management and conservation measures.
Rijkswaterstaat has bundled all available information about tides, wave heights, water levels, water depths, buoy positions and current data from the Wadden Sea in the RiverGuide Recreant app. Thanks to this update, sailors on the Wadden Sea can reach relevant information faster.
To celebrate this anniversary the Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation (TWSC) and its partners organised a transboundary bike rally from Denmark and the Netherlands to Wilhelmshaven.
Am 30. Juni 2019 findet an der Südstrandpromenade und im UNESCO-Wattenmeer Weltnaturerbe Besucherzentrum das Wattenmeer Welterbe-Erlebnisfest statt.