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The ultimate aim of WWF Greece is to maintain the rich biodiversity of the country as well as to prevent and eventually reverse environmental degradation in the region.
WWF first started field work in Greece in 1969, before an official office was set up, rehabilitating the Kaisariani forest on Ymittos.
The main office is located in Athens. However, it also has a presence in the Forest of Dadia, Lake Kerkini, Prespa Lakes, the area of North Pindos and the island of Zakynthos (Zante).
The organization has a permanent staff of around 40 and hundreds of enthusiastic and valuable volunteers.