World Wetlands Day

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This our Vlog for World wetlands Day, a promise to yourself the reaffirmation that we need our wetlands to survive on this planet. Life is defendant on water,while water is purified, rehanged and water cycle relies on Wetlands.

wetlands are ecologically and biologically the richest of all ecosystems, just the Peat land can store more carbon than a rain forest while Peat land covers 3% of land on Earth.

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8 comments to World Wetlands Day

  • Eric  says:

    International Day of Forests is a global observance and not a public holiday. About International Day of Forests Forests cover about one third of the world’s land mass.

  • Antonio  says:

    Wetlands: Facts What is a Wetland? … A Wetland by Any Other Name . Wetlands are found all over the world and, depending upon the environment and local conditions, …

  • Jennifer  says:

    This World Water Day , 22nd March, is about tackling the water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind. Learn. Get familiar with the issues – why are people being left behind without safe water and what can be done to reach them?

  • Erika  says:

    Wetlands occur in different environments around the world, but they all have one thing in common: they are extremely important habitats of rich biodiversity, and they have an important role to play in the lives of humans and animals alike. The Convention on Wetlands of International Importance was adopted in Iran 46 years ago, and 2 February is …

  • Sarah  says:

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  • Julie  says:

    Wetlands are often viewed as wasteland: places to be drained and converted for development and other land uses. Since 1900 more than 64% of wetlands have been lost through drainage and conversion, and much of the rest have been degraded.

  • Marsha  says:

    Wetlands Keep Water Clean. One of the lesser known facts about wetlands is that they play the role of nature’s water filter. This is because the animals, plants and bacteria that reside in wetlands remove harmful impurities in water long before it reaches our homes.

  • Lindsey  says:

    Wetlands can be protected by passing laws and promoting programs that help protect existing wetlands. In Michigan, under the Wetlands Protection Act, people are not allowed to drain, fill, or build on a wetland unless they receive a permit. EXPLORE: Get more information on this act.

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