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Wetlands Convention Jul 18
Close to 70% of the global population will live in cities by 2050. Growth in cities should not be at the expense of urban . Its and we are highlighting the value of urban wetlands to making cities safe, resilient & sustainable.
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Wetlands Convention Jul 11
Seven benefits provide to people. It's and we are highlighting why wetlands are essential to achieve our collective global agenda for sustainable development.
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Polished Charles Jun 13
It’s ! This is an old video from December during our C111 project. Miss being out in the field, but i am enjoying being able to get more into the data
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Wetlands Convention Jun 13
Its and we thought we could share some dry facts about .
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Blue Carbon Lab Jul 10
Happy ! provide us with services worth trillions of USD every year – entirely free of charge! Which do you think is the most important of all ?!
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Kellyn LaCœur Dec 6
meeting for , building community and discussing resiliency programs.
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Villanova Center for Resilient Water Systems Jul 11
Today on the newly-established , check out these time lapse photos from intense flash-flooding at Villanova’s Constructed Stormwater Wetland last week! The CSW performed admirably
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Real Duck Tails May 16
Our team is excited for many new ideas for our social media pages. One idea is . Every Wednesday, our team will post cool facts and ideas about wetlands and their importance to the ecosystem!
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Blue Carbon Lab Jul 17
It's ! mangroves protect our coasts by buffering the impact of storms, waves, flooding and coastal erosion. >One of the many coastal & provide! 🌊🌳🌳
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Jackie Raw Jul 4
Happy everybody! To celebrate, here is a lookout from in November 2016. St Lucia is the largest in and is within the Wetland Park, 's first 🇿🇦🌱
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Real Duck Tails 21h
Did you know that capture phosphorus that would otherwise end up causing harmful algae blooms on the surrounding lakes?
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CWPPRA Outreach Jul 18
Learn about what the CWPPRA Public Outreach Committee does for coastal restoration in Louisiana!
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WaterEfficientGarden Jul 11
Wetlands store and filter water, store carbon and support biodiversity. Protect and restore wetlands 💚
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WaterEfficientGarden Jul 11
Wetlands store and filter water so we can have the clean drinking water; they store carbon underground so they can help manage climate change. Here is a wetland in Kings Canyon National Park. Restore and protect wetlands
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Weaselhead Society Jul 11
DYK there are carnivorous plants in our ? This bladderwort feeds off water fleas & other small aquatic invertebrates.
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Real Duck Tails Jul 11
Did you know thousands of species like this American Avocet depend on wetlands. Animals rely on wetlands for food, water, and shelter. What species do you know that needs ?
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WaterEfficientGarden Jul 11
Wetlands play a critical role for water supply and many more. Value and protect our wetlands
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CWPPRA Outreach Jul 11
The Louisiana Artificial Reef Program converts obsolete oil and gas platform for aquatic habitat!
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Bow Habitat Station Jul 11
Wetlands absorb and store excess rainwater. They release this water back into the environment, to sustain plants and wildlife during a drought.
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Celeste De Palma Jul 11
Do you live in Florida? are SO essential to our quality of life it's not even funny and yet we're losing them by the minute. We need to restore and protect wetlands for our sake and the sake of our children.
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