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"Le SAGE fixe les objectifs communs d’utilisation, de mise en valeur et de protection qualitative et quantitative de la ressource en eau et des milieux aquatiques sur un territoire cohérent. Dans un souci de développement durable, l’objectif est de satisfaire les besoins de tous sans porter d’atteintes irrémédiables aux milieux aquatiques."

"Friends of the Columbia Gorge works to protect, preserve, and steward the Columbia Gorge. We led the fight to create the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area over 40 years ago. And we’ve been working ever since to safeguard the Gorge and ensure the natural wonders found today will be preserved for generations to come. "

Non governmental organisation with charitable aims for the holistic approach to prevention and remediation of ecocides and establishment of Nature Rights in the Balkans & MENA Member of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature - GARN Facilitators of the GARN European Hub.

The lower Songkhram River basin in northern Thailand was declared the next Ramsar site, giving one of the country’s few abundant waterways an international recognition for its rich biodiversity and ecosystem values. Natalie Phaholyothin, CEO of the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) Thailand said the lower Songkhram River basin was declared as Thailand’s next Ramsar site under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance on 15 May 2020, making it the 15th site in Thailand.

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