Vom World Fish Migration Day Team (Kerry Brink und Nicole Friedman) erreichen uns nachfolgende Informationen, die wir hiermit gerne weiterleiten möchten.
BREAKING (FREE) NEWS: THE WORLD FISH MIGRATION DAY 2022 REPORT IS HERE!
On May 21st, 2022 we celebrated the 5th World Fish Migration Day.
473 events were held in a record number of 78 countries, ranging from dam removals, to river cleanups to international seminars and more. In total, we engaged over 2 million people around the world!
Read the report to take a journey through World Fish Migration Day 2022, and learn how we worked together to raise awareness, mobilize our communities, and share success stories.
Join us in celebrating the achievements of all the incredible river heroes who made this day possible, and let’s bring this momentum into an even bigger WFMD 2024!
World Rivers Day is September 25th!
Millions of people and thousands of events, both physical and virtual, will mark World Rivers Day 2022 on Sunday, September 25 in what has become one of the largest environmental celebrations on the planet. With many of the world’s rivers in a degraded state due to pollution, industrial development, and climate change, it’s more important than ever to come together to protect these vital ecosystems. This year’s theme is: „waterways in our communities“ with an emphasis on both protecting rivers that remain in a healthy state, while striving to restore those that have been damaged in past. With over 100 countries hosting events, you’re almost certain to find one near you!
The Large Wood for Living Rivers Webinar is Today!
Last Chance! H2O Lyon, the US Forest Service, Rijkswaterstaat, European Center for River Restoration and The World Fish Migration Foundation welcome you to save the date and register for an exciting upcoming event taking place on 20th September, 2022 from 17:00-19:00 CEST. The webinar is entitled Large Wood for Living Rivers!, and focuses on techniques for renaturing rivers with large wood. This is a free, international webinar which will highlight the need and opportunities to improve habitat in rivers and channels to enhance the aquatic biodiversity across Europe. It will be in English with French translation. We invite all river and restoration practitioners, policy makers, researchers, and students to join!
From our homes to yours, we wish you happiness, health, and rivers full of fish!
On Behalf of the World Fish Migration Day Team,
Kerry Brink and Nicole Friedman
World Fish Migration Day
Hintergrundfoto: GfI (HB)