Climate adaptation planning presents an opportunity for WWF to shape the future we want to see.
Here is an overview of how we are responding to climate change around the world.
© Francisco Márquez / WWF-Spain
Places at risk
Many faces of adaptation
WWF is involved in climate adaptation in a number of ways:
► raising awareness
► developing tools and methods
► influencing policy and planning
► capacity building
► adaptive management
Any or all of these ingredients may be necessary for success, and so WWF collaborates with a wide range of partners.
Our work includes the Adaptation to Climate Change for Marine Turtles (ACT) project and conservation of snow leopards in Central Asia.
© WWF/Simon Rawles
Read more here.
© Fred F. Hazelhoff/ WWF
We also work in partnership with other NGOs, like CARE and ActionAid, to ensure adaptation strategies are given the same level of priority as mitigation, to build the resilience of the most vulnerable people and ecosystems around the world.
Read more about it here.