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Welcome to the website of the Russian Programme of Wetlands International, the only global NGO dedicated to sustaining and restoring wetlands. This is the subsite for Russia of the global website. This site is maintained by our Russia Programme office in Moscow.

This site presents you all our projects, including a clickable map. It also presents all our publications; often free to download.

Feel free to contact us for further information.

Latest Global News

Global News
NEWS: The Netherlands doesn’t succeed in reaching target for responsable soy
The Dutch Soy Coalition (formed by eight development and environmental organisations*) finds that in 2013, only a quarter of the 2.4 metric tons of soy used in the Netherlands is responsibly produced. The social or environmental consequences of the production of the other three quarters of the impor...
10/30/2014 10:06:00 AM
Global News
Event invitation: Certification and beyond
- Solutions for responsible agro-commodity governance - Date: 30 October, Venue: Glazen Zaal in The Hague IUCN Netherlands, Wetlands International and Both Ends, allied in the Ecosystems Alliance, invite you to meet on 30 October with civil society representatives from Argentina, Bolivia, B...
10/27/2014 4:20:00 PM
Global News
VIDEO BLOG: Why are wetlands important to you?
At the recent Wetland Solutions Stakeholder Forum in Rotterdam held on 22 September 2014, we interviewed some of our stakeholders on why wetlands are important to them. Here is what they said:
9/30/2014 3:23:00 PM

Malkachanskaya Tundra

Malkachanskaya tundra (V. Forstmayer)

Onega Bay of the White Sea

Onega Bay of the White Sea in northwestern Russia, southwest of Arkhangelsk (V. Semashko)

Latest Tweets

TweetId: 528131149910929408 Wetlands Int. retweeted IUCN NL IUCNNL IUCNNL Representatives from Indonesia and Argentina discuss challenges of sustainable soy and palm oil #agrocom http://t.co/3cvRbQnMqF 31-10-14 10:27
TweetId: 528131062635851776 Wetlands Int. retweeted IUCN NL IUCNNL IUCNNL Walhi: Palm oil plantations in Indonesia now cover an area the size of NL, Belgium and Denmark combined #agrocom 31-10-14 10:27
TweetId: 528131010441912320 Wetlands Int. retweeted IUCN NL IUCNNL IUCNNL Palm oil plantations in peatland ecosystems cause irreversible damage and increase flooding and CO2 emissions #agrocom 31-10-14 10:26
TweetId: 528130962018680834 Wetlands Int. retweeted Danielle Hirsch Danielle_H_BE Danielle_H_BE Reality-check: Less than 1% (!) of #soy production in #Argentina and #Brazil is #RTRS certified says http://t.co/Q0NWmmmtKu #agrocom 31-10-14 10:26
TweetId: 528130870591250433 Wetlands Int. retweeted IUCN NL IUCNNL IUCNNL On to the open floor debate with the business sector (Ahold, Unilever, Nutreco) and Dutch government: is certification the answer? #agrocom 31-10-14 10:26