Wetlands shield human communities from extreme weather events. They function as a buffer against the effects of storms, tsunamis, droughts, and floods. Communities can also recover from disasters with the aid of well-managed wetlands.
Explore these resources on how the conservation and restoration of wetlands can contribute to disaster risk reduction.
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