We are dedicated to the conservation of tropical peat swamp forest; addressing emissions, land subsidence, wild fires and flooding issues

Wetlands International strives to reverse the rapid loss of mangrove forests and promotes sustainable use of this invaluable ecosystem

Constructed wetlands can play an important role in water treatment and storage. At the same time, they also improve the quality of life for both people and wildlife

We work with government and communities to put in place proper management systems to ensure the sustainable and wise use of wetlands and to reduce disaster risk

We gather and share scientific and practical information that helps inform and influence wetland-related policies and practices


Our latest publications

Q&A To Constructed Wetlands

The booklet "Q&A To Constructed Wetlands" provides a better understanding on the use of constructed wetlands to treat wastewater as compared to conventional methods.  This booklet was jointly produced by The National Hydraulic Research Institute of Malaysia (NAHRIM) and Wetlands International, Malaysia.

Integrating ecosystems in resilience practice

The integration of ecosystems and natural resource management in disaster risk reduction (DRR) has been largely overlooked to date. This document introduces a set of criteria, which can be used by policy makers and practitioners to better integrate the management of ecosystems and natural resources in their DRR work.


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Latest News

Mengo Green Hunt

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A beautiful wild orchid found in Brunei