World Wetlands Day

February 3, 2023 Off By Wild Anglia

wetlands are so important for migratory birds, invertebrates and flowers in fact all biodiversity. They are Carbon sinks, flood protection, water storage, temperature regulators, and motorway service stations for many species. Jane Madgwick below CEO of Wetlands international used to be conservation office in the Broads, she is a star listen to her video, link below and celebrate our wetlands an integral part of Norfolk and Suffolk

Wetlands International

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#Wetlands are incredibly important for people and nature. They are home to 40% of the world’s biodiversity🦩🐸, support over 1/8th of the world’s livelihoods, and provide vital connectivity between landscapes. Yet, these unique ecosystems are disappearing three times faster than forests, with more than 35% of wetlands already degraded or lost since 1970. 🌎
Reversing this trend is critical.

This year, #WorldWetlandsDay highlights the urgent need to prioritize wetland restoration and calls on an entire generation to take steps to revive and restore degraded wetlands. The theme builds on – and contributes to the efforts to heal the planet as championed by the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.

👉 Watch our CEO Jane Madgwick‘s message on World Wetlands Day here.

#WeNeedWetlands #ForNature 🌱
#wetlandrestoration #GenerationRestoration

World Wetlands Day 2023

World Wetlands Day 2023