The deepening crisis of nature loss requires conservation organizations like WWF to think and act bigger and faster – and to work together as never before.
Our strong commitment to collaboration– something we call together possible – shapes all our work, leading to many powerful partnerships around the world. And, today, we are part of a growing global coalition calling on world leaders to set nature on the path to recovery by 2030: a New Deal for Nature and People as comprehensive as the global climate deal.
This ambitious nature recovery plan is supported by our own global goals and programme of work focused on:
- Safeguarding the natural world – the oceans, forests, freshwater and rich diversity of wildlife that provide the essentials of life for all.
- Tackling the underlying global drivers for the loss of nature: a financial system that must value nature; a governance system that empowers people to lead on nature protection; and markets where sustainable production and consumption must become the norm.
Our global operations
Backed by our secretariat WWF International, our work extends across the globe. Some countries have their own wide-ranging national WWF operations, while others have offices focused on particular conservation work. Together, we are one WWF – working together to build a sustainable future.
Working with communities
Nature can only be restored if people are front and centre of this process, with everyone entitled to live in a healthy environment and human rights respected. Find out about our work with the indigenous peoples and local communities who share their lands with nature.
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