WWF-Australia: Our solutions
‘Down under’ conservation
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.
New or updated projects
Healthy Ecosystems (Avon)
All ecosystems in the Avon region are vulnerable or threatened. In the context of this challenge, the Avon Catchment Council aims to protect and maint...
Recovery and conservation of threatened macropods in Australia and New Guinea
WWF Australia is developing a Species Action Plan for threatened macropods of Australia and New Guinea, to guide recovery efforts with a view to ensur...
Conservation in a Changing Climate: Facilitating Effective Adaptation to Climate Change
Reducing Tropical Deforestation - Forest Carbon
Last stand for temperate woodlands in Western Australia
Protecting temperate woodlands in Australia is a national priority. In the wheat belt of Western Australia temperate woodlands have been massively cle...