World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
Privately supported international conservation organization that directs its efforts toward protecting endangered spaces, saving endangered species, and addressing global threats.
Actively monitors and investigates wildlife and endangered species trade and provides information gathered as a basis for effective conservation policies and programs.
Living Planet Report (1)
Learn how the WWF measures the health of the planet's ecosystems and humanity's demands upon those ecosystems. Also find current and past Living Planet Reports.
Conservation Action Network
The World Wildlife Fund's online advocacy network puts conservationists directly in touch with key decision makers.
Global Campaign to Reduce the Use of Toxic Chemicals
Investigates toxic chemicals and their relationship to biodiversity, seeks alternatives to harmful synthetic agents, and educates the public and policymakers to the dangers of toxics.
Learn about climate change and global warming. WWF is working to reduce CO2 emissions, the main global warming gas, through public education, pressing policy makers, forming partnerships with concerned business, and cooperating with scientists.
Forests for Life Programme
Working to establish an ecologically representative network of protected areas and the independent certification of ten million hectares of well-managed forest.
Global campaign to protect thousands of animal and plant species that are under increasing threat.
WWF: Green Reconstruction Principles
WWF provides technical advisory assistance to humanitarian agencies working in the aftermath of natural disasters in order to help break communities out of the disaster cycle through the principles of green reconstruction including building strong legitimate local institutions and building good governance.