WWF-Australia: Our solutions

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Wind and solar power generation provides a clean alternative for future generations. Sydney, Australia October 2003.
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‘Down under’ conservation

While there is increasing recognition of the threats facing Australia’s environment, the problems are also growing. 25 years after it started working here, WWF-Australia is on the reefs and in the forests creating better tomorrows.
In Australia, WWF works to conserve the nation's biodiversity, providing practical solutions to the continent’s greatest environmental threats. Our teams work on the ground with local communities, and in partnership with government and industry, advocating change and effective conservation policy.

We take a science-based approach to our conservation work and are committed to real, measurable outcomes for the environment which directly benefit Australian species and natural resources like water, land and the marine environment.

WWF's work in Australia focuses on eight key areas: climate change, weeds and feral animals, land and forests, marine protection, species, water management, sustainable industry and business partnerships.

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