Welcome to our website!

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.

Photo: I. Onufrenia
Oka River (Photo: I. Onufrenia)


Photo: A. Lipkovich

Latest Tweets

TweetId: 758602750183690240 Wetlands Int. WetlandsInt WetlandsInt Drained #peatlands 4 #pulp or #palmoil can never be sustainable & lead to #haze, #flooding & #GHG emissions https://t.co/aOGh16N2wJ @jakpost 28-07-16 09:59
TweetId: 758602091850006528 Wetlands Int. WetlandsInt WetlandsInt New paper with @Tropenbos contradicts claims by #pulp industry that #peatland drainage is sustainable https://t.co/aOGh16vrFb @APRILpulp @AP 28-07-16 09:56
TweetId: 758574925246529536 Wetlands Int. retweeted Rod Taylor RodTaylorWWF RodTaylorWWF @WetlandsInt make the case against plantations on drained #peat. Emissions and haze but also land subsidence. https://t.co/89MJ2MlNue 28-07-16 08:08
TweetId: 757910402256756736 Wetlands Int. retweeted Deltares deltares deltares On World Mangrove Day read @BregjevW blog https://t.co/jTVMLftQa5 on proper restoration @WetlandsInt https://t.co/ZZMCXVHRQx 26-07-16 12:08
TweetId: 757890297942646784 Wetlands Int. retweeted BregjevW BregjevW BregjevW Support proper #mangrove restoration practices on #WorldMangroveDay. Read my blog on https://t.co/OYXGs9iwQe @deltares @WetlandsInt 26-07-16 10:48