The International Corporate
Wetlands Restoration Partnership (ICWRP) is a
way for business, government, and civil society
to help protect and restore our world's costal
areas, including wetlands, mangroves, coral reefs,
and other aquatic habitats.
Aquatic habitats contribute
billions of dollars to the global economy through
tourism, fishing, and other forms of commercebut
are disappearing at an alarming rate. ICWRP responds
to the threats these habitats face through the
involvement of environmentally responsible companies
and conservation partners. More.
we can promote environmental stewardship, spur economic
growth, and encourage social development in order
to expand the circle of development."
John F. Turner, Assistant Secretary of State
for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific
ICWRP works in sites around
the world that are internationally recognized
for their aesthetic, ecological, and scientific
Projects are selected and administered with the
help of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands or UNESCO's
World Heritage Committee. More.
a list of potential large-scale project sites.
(.pdf, 518 kb)
a list of potential small-scale project sites.
(.pdf, 269 kb)