World Wildlife Fund

WWF’s work has evolved from saving species and landscapes to addressing the larger global threats and forces that impact them. Recognizing that the problems facing our planet are increasingly more complex and urgent, WWF works to educate and influence people into making sustainable choices and decisions, including those who work in business and make decisions around the use of natural resources, and those who work in government and set policy that impacts nature.

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WWF India Model Conference of Parties - I

May 21, 2020

May 22-23: WWF India invites you to watch the first-ever digital conference on nature conservation...

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Earth Hour: A Lights-Out Event for Our Planet

March 7, 2020

Learn how new children's book, Earth Hour aims to inspire children to take action to protect...

Learning

Nature-based Teaching Certificate Course

February 25, 2020

Nature-based education has been gradually gaining a foothold throughout the world, especially with...

Opportunity

Monarch Butterfly Scholarship Grant

June 7, 2019

Are you an environmental educator, or do you know a teacher who covers the natural world in the...

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WWF Youth Leadership Award - applications welcome

May 16, 2019

The WWF-US Youth Leadership Award acknowledges the achievements of exceptional young people working...

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Our Planet, Their Future

April 9, 2019

WWF’s 2018 Living Planet Report revealed the scale of human impact on our precious natural world....

People at World Wildlife Fund

Shaun Martin

Washington
District of Columbia

Sr. Director, Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience
World Wildlife Fund
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