WWF is the world's largest conservation organization, with almost 5 million supporters. Dedicated to reversing the destruction of the Earth's natural environment and building a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
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Wildlife trade monitoring program of the WWF which aims to help ensure that wildlife trade is at sustainable levels and in accordance with domestic and international laws and agreements. Provide information and resources.
Global conservation, research, environmental advocacy, and restoration organization. Provides news, research and publications, image galleries, factsheets, and other resources related to its major programmes, as well as links to national and specialised chapters.
WWF New Zealand
News, events, environmental education and information on conservation efforts in New Zealand.
Provides information on efforts in Australia and the Oceania region.
Information on conservation efforts in Canada.
Covers their work in the Northern Andes, the Chocó Ecoregion, and the Orinoco Basin.
WWF Conservation Action Network
WWF provides information to take action on environmental issues by communicating with the president, members of Congress, and other decision makers.
WWF Global Network
Provides links to WWF national organizations, program offices, and associate offices.
WWF International Arctic Programme
Information on global warming and climate change, toxics, protected areas and conservation in the Arctic. Includes articles and video.
Official site of the Italian conservation organization. Environmental news, publications, images, webcards, general information about the organization and about endangered species and environment.
WWF Pacific Programme
Information on programmes in Fiji , Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Cook Islands and New Caledonia.
WWF operates conservation projects in Russia. Provides news, resources and online bulletin. Site in English and Russian.
Provides WWF news and reports on global and UK campaigns.
Learn more about endangered species, the places where they live, threats to their survival, and how WWF is helping to save them. Take action online, shop the site, and down load free postcards, screen savers, and fun wildlife stuff.
Includes organisation history, objectives, activities, and current projects.
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