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WWF In Action

WWF works to conserve life on Earth by protecting its most exceptional ecosystems and habitats. Places that are rich in biodiversity. Places where unique animals and plants thrive. Places like no other. By working with partners like Natural Habitat Adventures, WWF aims to conserve the world’s most ecologically important regions while helping local communities cultivate dsustainable relationships with the natural resources they rely upon. WWF currently has more than 2,000 projects in progress around the world, including in these destinations.
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WWF in Action: Alaska

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WWF works with indigenous communities in Alaska to ensure salmon remain abundant in the Bering Sea for subsistence, recreational and commercial harvest.
WWF in Action: Amazon

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A Ranger Station established to oversee the conservation of wildlife within Peru’s Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, which WWF supported when it was founded in 1982.
WWF in Action: Antarctica

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Preserving Antarctica and its wildlife by increasing the network of Marine Protected Areas, protecting seabirds, improving fisheries management, effectively monitoring climate change, and more.
WWF in Action: Belize

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WWF is working to conserve Belize’s magnificent and endangered barrier reef, second longest in the world—vital habitat for rich marine life and the people who rely on it for income and storm protection.
© Antonio Busiello/WWF-US WWF in Action: Bhutan

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WWF is currently committed to creating an innovative funding approach called “Bhutan for Life.” Funding generated through this initiative will be used to manage the country’s parks and wildlife corridors.
WWF in Action: Borneo

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Whether a natural area gets protected status depends on the acceptance of communities living nearby. Watch WWF's video about how residents helped make Borneo's first national park a success and an example.

WWF in Action: Botswana

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The establishment of KAZA, the largest transboundary conservation area in the world, has the potential to address several key issues that impact wildlife populations in the region.
WWF in Action: Brazil

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WWF is working with local community members like Manual Barbosa, a small-scale farmer in the Pantanal, to protect the world's largest wetlands, providing fresh water for a multitude of needs and uses.

© Juan Pratginestos/WWF
WWF in Action: British Columbia

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Expanding responsible forest management and founding the Forest Stewardship Council, which can help protect vulnerable forests from illegal logging, encroachment and conversion to farmland.
WWF in Action: Canyons of the American Southwest

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The U.S. has a special set of responsibilities to uphold in the global environmental community and the WWF’s in-country work remains an anchor of their conservation portfolio.
WWF in Action: China

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The pepper project is a successful model for sustainable development in a biodiversity-rich landscape. Customers can buy products and at the same time contribute to panda protection.
WWF in in Action: Churchill

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WWF supports satellite tagging of belugas in Hudson Bay to understand their movements and micro-habitat usage, helping conservation experts study how their adaptation to a rapidly changing environment.
© Brandon Laforest/WWF-Canada WWF in Action: Congo

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WWF has habituated gorilla groups to humans to develop opportunities for gorilla tourism. WWF has also trained trackers and guides as part of the development of controlled tourism programs.
WWF in Action: Galapagos Islands

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A solar-powered boat is an innovative watercraft that is the result of a joint project between WWF and the Galápagos National Park.  Using an existing boat, we worked to transform it into an alternative energy vessel.
© DPNG WWF in Action: Glacier National Park

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WWF’s Climate Savers program has worked with businesses to combat climate change. The Climate Savers partners have collectively cut their carbon footprint by more than 100 million tons.
WWF in Action: Gray Whales

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In the Gulf of California, WWF supports a research team that is monitoring the population size and health of gray whales. WWF is also working to protect the gray whale’s arctic habitat.
WWF in Action: Greenland

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WWF supports a project to track narwhals by fitting the whales with satellite tracking devices that allow researchers to follow movements during their annual feeding and reproductive routines.
WWF in Action: Hawaii

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WWF places satellite tags on marine turtles in many areas around the world. The information collected from the tags helps us to design better management strategies for their conservation.
WWF in Action: Iceland

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Black carbon emissions are released from shipping vessels that pass through Arctic waters. WWF is pushing the International Maritime Organization to create black carbon regulations.
WWF in Action: India

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WWF helped produce a book of guidelines for a project set to make monasteries and nunneries in the Himalayas into environmental leaders and problem-solvers in their own communities.
© Staffan Widstrand/WWF
WWF in Action: India, Sri Lanka & The Maldives

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WWF places satellite tags on marine turtles in many areas around the world. The information collected from the tags helps us to design better management strategies for their conservation.
WWF in Action: Indochina

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The region’s incredible biodiversity can be a central part of a regional economy that manages the demands of human needs through making sustainable use of the benefits nature provides.
WWF in Action: Kenya

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To help prevent illegal poaching activity in Kenya, WWF used a grant from Google.org to engineer a remarkable new thermal and infrared camera and software system that can identify poachers from afar and alert park rangers of their presence.
© James Morgan/WWF-US WWF in Action: Madagascar

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Barefoot College of India has a solar engineer program, run in conjunction with WWF that trains older women from villages in rural Madagascar to provide solar energy to their villages and others.
WWF in Action: The Mediterranean

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WWF is working to establish a broad network of well-managed Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). MPAs are slices of ocean and coastline set aside because of their ecological importance.
WWF in Action: Monarchs

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To protect the butterflies’ unique habitat from unsustainable logging, the Mexican government established the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, which was later expanded with WWF support.
WWF in Action: Namibia

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The creation of conservancies is an opportunity to enhance conservation and change the mindset that wildlife was government owned and therefore not valuable to individual Namibians.
WWF in Action: Nepal

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Nepal marked two consecutive years since its last rhino was poached on May 2, 2014. This exceptional success is a result of a combination of high-level political will and government entities, and the active involvement of conservation communities.
© Jeff Foott/WWF-Canon
WWF in Action: New Zealand

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WWF works with politicians and the fishing industry to find solutions that will benefit dolphins and fisherman alike. WWF also educates and raises awareness in coastal communities.
WWF in Action: Northern Lights

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WWF’s mandate is about ensuring people and nature can live in harmony – and in making sure nature is there for people to use, not just to admire from a distance.
WWF in Action: Norway

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WWF and partners are working to understand the impact that threats, such as climate change and the expansion of industry in the Arctic, are having on different polar bear populations.
WWF in Action: Panama

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WWF promotes responsible forest management and trade as one of the best ways to conserve the forests over the long term, generating tangible economic benefits for communities.
WWF in Action: Papua New Guinea

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WWF is currently working with the district government and providing technical assistance to local communities to develop low-impact community logging enterprises.
WWF in Action: Patagonia

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Through various methods, the WWF has worked with the Fundación Vida Silvestre Argentina (FVSA) to protect the diverse landscape of Peninsula Valdés in Patagonia.
WWF in Action: Polar Bears

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If current warming trends continue unabated, WWF scientists believe that polar bears may disappear altogether within 100 years. WWF is intent on preventing this from happening.
WWF in Action: Primates

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Measures needed to ensure the conservation of primates include implementation of existing legislation, strengthened enforcement controls, market survey and control, and anti-smuggling measures.
WWF in Action: Republic of Georgia

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With cooperation from the government of the Republic of Georgia, WWF will continue to assess the status of the Caucasian leopard, hopefully elevating its protection to national priority levels.
WWF in Action: Russia

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A patrol works to reduce bear human conflict in villages across the Russian Arctic, manage attractants around towns, educate the public on safety around bears, and guard against poaching.
WWF in Action: Sea Turtles

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WWF works to ensure that the Gulf remains a healthy and productive marine area that can support local communities as well as the abundant wildlife within and near its waters.
WWF in Action: Snow Leopard

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Monitoring by WWF and its partners remains an essential element of an effective conservation plan for snow leopards, enabling us to identify and minimize threats to their continued survival.
WWF in Action: South Africa

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WWF calls on governments implicated in the illegal trade of wildlife products such as rhino horn to increase law enforcement, impose strong deterrents and conduct demand reduction campaigns.
WWF in Action: Tanzania

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Outside of Tanzania’s national parks, lands set aside as wildlife management areas provide rural communities with ways to benefit from conserving wildlife. A new data-focused monitoring program has been advancing that work.
© James Morgan/WWF-US
WWF in Action: Uganda

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WWF has worked to reforest areas and fund antipoaching patrols. WWF has also collaborated with locals to raise environmental awareness and improve the management of natural resources.
WWF in Action: Whale Sharks

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WWF analyzed the business models used by local tour operators with the goal of keeping the shark-watching business healthy as an incentive for protecting the whale sharks and their habitat.
WWF in Action: Yellowstone

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WWF works to provide bison freedom to roam because we know they can once again assume their role as a keystone species in the northern Montana prairie.
WWF in Action: Zambia

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WWF is working to increase the participation of local communities in natural resource management and contribute to species conservation and cross-border land-use planning.
WWF in Action: Zimbabwe

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WWF supported the development of KAZA and will leverage its extensive expertise to ensure that local communities benefit economically from wildlife on their land.
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