Delta Dunarii

Source: DDBRA Tulcea Romania

The Coordination Unit from the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Authority organizes, between the 4th and the 8th of October 2010, the second meeting of the Management Body of the Initiative.

 

Delta Dunarii 2

Source: Editor Ukraina

Onother very important news in the Danube Delta. This text provides an introduction to the complete message.. Read more.

Delta Dunarii 2

Source: Editor Ukraina

Just onother very important news in the Danube Delta. This text provides an introduction to the complete message.. Read more.

Delta Dunarii 2

Source: DDBRA

In mid-February, representatives from Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey and Ukraine met in Tulcea to approve the basic documents of the BlackSeaWet Initiative.

Delta Dunarii 2

Source: Editor Bulgaria

Sofia

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Mission

 

Mission and views

Wetlands International’s mission is “to sustain and restore wetlands, their resources and biodiversity for future generations”.

What our mission means for our daily work

Our mission is the 'umbrella' for all our activities. The mission is translated into four goals and 12 targets for the period till 2014. These targets are the compass for our daily work. You can read about our targets in the strategic intent 2005-2014 [link strategic intent].

Wetlands International is a science-based organisation. We are a source of information on key issues affecting wetlands and on priority actions for their conservation and wise use. We attain our knowledge through scientific analyses and our own experience. By proving this information and advocating our science-based views, we work on improving corporate and governmental policies, conventions and treaties. 

We also work in the field, ‘making our feet wet’ on wetland protection and restoration. We conduct field projects to protect and restore specific wetlands, but also to use these as demonstration projects. In this way we show governments and local people the importance of these areas and how they should be managed.