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Lake Voices: Pragyan Gautam, Deepor Beel

Deepor Beel,  located southwest of the Brahmaputra River near Guwahati city in the Kamrup Metropolitan district of Assam, India, is an essential wetland. It is the state’s only Ramsar site...

Introducing the Expert Pool: Your Gateway to Lake Conservation

Living Lakes Network is excited to announce the launch of its newest website feature, the Expert Pool! This innovative section is designed to offer professional guidance and support in lake management...

Living Lakes announces the third Sustainability Leadership Journey – September 2024, South Africa

Living Lakes is thrilled to organize its third Sustainability Leadership Journey (SLJ), a transformative experience designed for young, passionate conservation leaders, students, and sustainability...

2023 Marks a Year of Significant Progress for the Living Lakes Biodiversity and Climate Project

The Living Lakes Biodiversity and Climate Project (LLBCP) continues to make significant strides in wetland and lake conservation across multiple countries. Our 2023 technical interim report, submitted...

Join the Global Lake Half Marathon 2024: Sustain Our Lakes, Sustain our Future!

Preserving Our Aquatic Treasures: The Global Lake Half Marathon 2024   The importance of lakes and wetlands in maintaining ecological balance and supporting biodiversity is undeniable. Acknowledging...

Protecting fisheries to promote sustainable livelihoods – the hopeful story of Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia

Cambodia is one of the most wetland-dependent countries in the world. More than 46% of its people live and work around these vital ecosystems and 80% of the population rely on them for food. Tonle Sap...

Lake Voices: Mr. Richmond P. Samson, The Philippines

The establishment of Green Filters at the Pangil River Eco Park is one of the two Frontrunner Initiatives of the Living Lakes Biodiversity and Climate Project (LLBCP) in The Philippines. The Green...

A collaborative effort to tackle water pollution in Deepor Beel, an iconic wetland in Northeast India

Deepor Beel, nestled southwest of the Brahmaputra River near Guwahati city in the Kamrup Metropolitan district of Assam, India, stands as a vital wetland. It boasts the distinction of being the...

Youth Engaged in Wetlands (YEW) and Living Lakes partner to work together to protect these vital ecosystems

The Global Nature Fund (GNF) and Youth Engaged in Wetlands (YEW) have formed a strategic partnership to increase global youth engagement in lake and wetland conservation. This landmark collaboration...

5 Takeaways from the COP28 Climate Summit

After two weeks of negotiations, the 28th Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC (COP28) closed in Dubai with a landmark deal between negotiators from nearly 200 Parties. For the first time, the deal...

A lake cannot thrive in a degraded watershed: embracing agroecology to preserve Lake Chapala

Dating back almost 7 million years, Lake Chapala is one of the oldest lake ecosystems on the planet, and also the largest natural body of water in Mexico. The lake boasts a vast array of biodiversity...

Shedding New Light for Sri Lankan inland fishermen

As night falls on Madampa Lake, in Sri Lanka, a small constellation of stars flutters across the still waters. They are the lanterns of local fishermen casting their nets in search of the prized...

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