This section showcases time-limited activities related to the Wadden Sea World Heritage happening within the networks. You can find project themes, results, and contact persons for various topics. And as network responsible person you can present your own activities by clicking at the "create activity" button on the left.
German-Dutch research programme ‘Understanding complex pressures on the Wadden Sea and options for action’
All interested researchers and stakeholders interested in the programme ‘Understanding complex pressures on the Wadden Sea and options for action´ are welcome to use the WSWH exchange platform for exchange towards potential project consortia.
Six project partners from the Netherlands and Germany participate in the cross-border funding project Wadden Agenda 2.0 with a total of eight work packages. The cross-border project focuses on the cross-border development and implementation of environmentally sound and sustainable tourism to preserve and protect the Wadden Sea ecosystem.Read more
The overall objective of this small-scale project is to develop a light pollution monitoring network within the Wadden Sea area that combines different measurement methods to achieve reliable results. Project partners are the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute of the University of Groningen (lead), the universities of Aarhus and Oldenburg.
- University of Groningen (Lead Partner)
- University of Oldenburg
- University of Aarhus
Under the motto "Protect & Prosper", the Interreg VB North Sea Region project PROWAD LINK aims to unlock the potential of natural areas such as the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site and promote it as a driver for sustainable regional development.Read more
The Wadden Sea is an important contribution to the world's nature and a major tourism destination. Tourism must work sustainable, as a way to better protect the unique natural values of the area and in accordance with the economic importance of tourism. The task is to balance these demands on both sides of the border. The project will work to fulfill the guest's desire to be involved and connected to the area. Shift the focus from what nature can do for you to what you can do for nature.Read more