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5th October, 2020

New video clip on the wonders of the Wadden Sea World Heritage published

The Common Wadden Sea Secretariat has published a new introduction video for the Wadden Sea World Heritage.

30th September, 2020

Trilateral Programming Committee on Wadden Sea Research successfully installed

On 15 September 2020, the “Trilateral Programming Committee – Wadden Sea Research”, or TPC-WSR, met for the first time in a hybrid meeting in Hamburg (physical & online).

8th September, 2020

New Wadden Sea Explorer App helps find hiking tours along the World Heritage site

A hike along the "tidal path", resting with migratory birds or walking along a dune lake - there is a lot to discover in the UNESCO Wadden Sea World Heritage at the North Sea coast.

15th June, 2020

Rømø nature mediator talks about the impact of COVID-19 on educational work

In the newly published video, Bente Bjerrum, Nature Mediator and National Park Partner takes us to Rømø, Denmark, and talks about the situation at the Naturcenter Tønnisgård.

26th May, 2020

German World Heritage sites to celebrate "Welterbetag" virtually

The annual World Heritage Day in Germany was moved to an online platform, where the Wadden Sea and other sites can be explored virtually.

8th May, 2020

World Migratory Bird Day 2020: Birds Connect Our World

World Migratory Bird Day will be celebrated by people across the world on Saturday, 9 May with the theme “Birds Connect Our World”.

22nd April, 2020

Fight marine litter in new educational game app of Waddenagenda 2.0

The project partners of the German-Dutch funding project INTERREG V A "Wadden Agenda 2.0" published the game app "Wadden Games".

12th March, 2020

Study visit from the Swedish-Finnish marine World Heritage to the Wadden Sea

On 10 and 11 March 2020, three representatives from the Swedish-Finnish World Heritage site “High Coast and Kvarken Archipelago” visited the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS).

4th March, 2020

Agreement of Ribe: Dutch stakeholders team up for wider cooperation

During a working visit to the Danish town of Ribe, more than twenty organizations and governmental authorities from Groningen and Friesland (NL) entered into the "Ribe agreement".