WWF Living Waters Campaign unveils educational poster on wetlands


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Living Waters Campaign
Zeist, The Netherlands

Zeist, 10 October 2000

Dear Conservation Colleagues,

The Living Waters Campaign has recently produced updated poster on 'Freshwater Ecosystems: The Ultimate Source.' It was first launched during the Second World Water Forum in The Hague in March 2000, and some of you have already received a copy during the Freshwater Advisory Group Meeting in September this year.

The poster is both an educational tool to use in the course of your work as well as a visual way to share information about important freshwater work we are all doing in our respective countries.

We have several copies available in English, Spanish and French; some of all are enclosed. Please do not hesitate to request more posters by simply telling us:

1. The number of posters you want to receive.

2. In what language(s) do you want to receive the poster? Apart from the languages already mentioned we are in the process of developing posters in Arabic and Chinese. Also, if you are interested in producing your own language version, please ask us for the special CD-Rom version of the poster. This CD-Rom can be used by any Printing Company to easily reproduce different language versions.

3. Your preference for folded or unfolded copies, as both options are available.

4. If you need other help in producing other language versions of the poster in case of financial availability.

You can send your request to MOostveen @ wwfnet.org or give us a call at +31 30 69 37 803

We trust you are as pleased as we are with this poster and that together we can distribute it widely to further spread our conservation message.

With very best wishes,

Richard Holland

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[Not a very good photograph, by D. Peck, Ramsar.]

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