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 one of the largest conservation organisations in the world, with offices in almost 100 countries. We’re determined to stop the destruction of nature and help it recover. And we are uniquely positioned to deliver real change at scale.
The Climate Business Network (CBN) is a network of ambitious and influential companies convened by WWF that supports the transition to a 1.5°C future. It is a global support network for national WWF partnerships. It helps drive businesses forward on their sustainability journey through engagement on key topics.
By joining the CBN, your company can make a difference in the fight for our world. You can collaborate with your business peers on the frontiers of corporate sustainability.
Together we will address some of the key issues facing our planet and drive forward best practices on how to tackle them.
We are proud to have a growing roster of members across multiple sectors and countries.
In this crucial decade for action, businesses must maximise their efforts to limit global warming to 1.5°C. We need companies to tackle the credibility and ambition gap head-on.
Join us for this event at COP28 (also available via livestream) which will draw from WWF's Beyond Net-Zero guidance to discuss what companies need to do to overcome this intention-action gap and what concrete actions can be taken to successfully implement their strategies.
Date and Time: Wednesday Dec 6, 2023, 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM Dubai (GMT+4)
Location: WWF Pavilion, 1st floor, building 89, Sunrise Avenue, B7, Blue Zone, COP28, Dubai. Google Maps location.
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 $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.
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WWF Climate & Business
WWF works with businesses on the path to a net-zero future that benefits people and nature. Our programs support businesses to cut their emissions in line with climate science, elevate those with innovative technologies, and help companies secure renewable energy to power their operations.