On World Wetlands Day, WHO celebrates the vital role of wetlands in safeguarding human health and wellbeing amid the changing climate. Wetlands including marshes, swamps and floodplains are nature’s buffer against climate change. They absorb excess rainfall, reduce flooding risks and help to protect critical infrastructure including health facilities.

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World Wetlands Day Messages and Statements

Munish Kumar
India
I pledge to Always ready to serve the environment. Motivate farmers, people to serve the environment.. Organic farming.. Save ground water.
Shivank Arya
Australia
I pledge to ensure that I'll keep the envierment clean and healthy to take care of them.
Nandini Sawant
India
I take a pledge to ensure that I do my very best to keep our environment as well as the wetlands safe and thriving for our feathery and flight-taking guests. I shall do everything in my power to not harm and to contribute to the wellness of birds.
Bhavesh Goyal
India
Save endangered animals from extinction

Humedales

Zona de la superficie terrestre que está temporal o permanentemente inundada.

Humedales continentales:

Marismas, lagos, ríos, llanuras de inundación, tuberas y pantanos  

Humedales costeros:

Marismas de agua salada, estuarios, manglares, lagunas y arrecifes de coral

Humedales artificiales:

Estanques piscícolas, arrozales y salinas
 

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