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The Living Lakes
Biodiversity & Climate Project

In the UN Decade of Habitat Restoration, fourteen members of the Living Lakes Network have embarked on an ambitious, 5-year project to accelerate and scale up the conservation of these ecosystems, an essential mission to protect the climate and stop biodiversity loss. The project members include grassroots and community-based NGOs, conservationists, scientists and institutional entities.

The project will work on 13 critical landscapes developing nature-based solutions and fostering training and capacity building alongside local partners.


The Project

Working across the globe, the Living Lakes Biodiversity & Climate Project covers protection and restoration efforts in critical ecosystems such as high altitude lakes, mangroves and floodplains. These Frontrunner Initiatives will be shared at the regional, national and global level, to enhance the sustainable management of lakes and wetlands around the world.


Lake Chapala


Tota Lake


Lake Fúquene


Lake Titicaca


Deepor Beel


Lake Malawi


Tonlé Sap Lake


Laguna de Bay


Lake Kivu


Bolgoda Lake

(Sri Lanka)

Lake Madampa

(Sri Lanka)

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

(South Africa)

Paligui Wetland


Biodiversity & Climate Project Initiatives

Saving the Lakes and Wetlands of the World


Join the global community for lakes