The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
WWF is a supporting partner of the We Mean Business Fossil to Clean campaign which aims to send a clear message that businesses are taking action to accelerate the deployment of clean technologies and reduce emissions – and that they can go even further with bold political leadership at COP28 and beyond.
Over 200 companies (representing US$1.5 trillion in annual revenue) have signed an open letter to governments to show their support for this shift from fossil to clean. Add your company’s name and be heard by global policymakers.
WWF Climate Business Network
Science Based Targets initiative
Renewable Thermal Collaborative
Carbon Finance and Markets
Decarbonising the steel sector
The IPCC Climate ReportIt's been called a "survival guide for humanity" - so what does the latest IPCC climate report say, and what does it mean for businesses?
This special briefing with Dr Stephanie Roe, WWF's Global Climate Lead Scientist and IPCC Lead Author, explains more.
The CDP-WWF temperature rating methodology
The CDP-WWF temperature rating methodology is an open source methodology to assess the ambition of corporate emissions reduction targets, which translates these targets into a single, intuitive metric.