WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) is one of the largest environmental organizations in the world. Currently there are more than 1300 WWF conservation projects underway around the world.
The vast majority of these focus on local issues.
They range from school nature gardens in Zambia, to initiatives that appear on the packaging in your local supermarket. From the restoration of orangutan habitats to the establishment of giant panda reserves.
Almost all of the WWF work involves partnerships. They team up with local non-profit agencies and other global NGOs. They form relationships with village elders, local councils and regional government offices, and they work with businesses who are willing to change to the world.
WWF enters access2innovation to be able to join forces with universities and companies in reaching their goal to make Kasese district in Uganda co2 neutral by 2030.
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