With over 80,000 supporters, and active projects in Australia and the Oceania region, WWF works to conserve Australia's plants and animals, by ending land clearing, addressing climate change, and preserving and protecting our fresh water, marine and land environments.
WWF Australia achieves this by working on the ground with local communities, and in partnership with government and industry, using the best possible science to advocate change and effective conservation policy.
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Law bans dredge dumping in World Heritage site.
@UNESCO World Heritage Committee holds #Australia accountable for reef health.
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WWF-Australia says a damning report exposes failures that have resulted in UNESCO being misled on ...
Draft World Heritage decision says Australia must “rigorously implement all of its commitments.”
Join 250k who say NO to industrial destruction of the Great Barrier Reef reef.panda.org
A full ban is needed before the World Heritage Committee meets to consider declaring the reef in ...
As judgement day nears, Australia should ban all dredge dumping in this fragile World Heritage Site
WWF is calling on the Australian government to ban all dumping of dredge spoil in the Great Barrier ...
A new report by Dalberg Global Development Advisors finds that the risk posed by port expansions in ...