GYBN Communities celebrating the World Wetland Day 2018

The efforts made by different groups in Kenya to sustain ecological values makes me proud of being Kenya’s representative at the GYBN secretariat. Let’s continue pushing for a greener planet regardless of the challenges, a triumph is just one more try away.

Global Youth Biodiversity Network

 We are very excited to share with you photos of GYBN members across the globe showcasing the wetlands they love on the this World Wetland Day. 
The World Wetland Day is celebrated every year on 2nd February and this year’s theme is Urban wetlands: prized land, not wasteland.

As cities expand and demand land increases, the tendency is to encroach on wetlands. They are degraded, filled in and built upon, yet when left intact or restored, urban wetlands make cities livable (Check out the infographics below).  


〰See how young people are taking action to play their part in saving the wetlands! 📢〰
Tuni-Condoriri Andean Mountain Range, Bolivia

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bofedal.jpg  Why I care about this wetland? Although this is not an urban wetland, the water of the city of La Paz-Bolivia depends of this wetlands to help conserve and keep the glaciers of the Tuni-Condoriri system which is the main system…

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