We also work to promote the prioritisation of these ecological assets for protection and integration into sector development plans in key development areas such as agriculture and mining.
The Cape Floristic Region and the Succulent Karoo are two of the 35 global ecoregions WWF focuses its attention on as areas of international value. We are committed to protecting these ecoregions by constructively engaging with industries and communities dependent on the land for its natural resources.
WWF also works in the Grasslands biome, which is considered a national conservation priority. There is significant diversity, but it is under protected and under significant pressure from unsustainable land use practices such as mining and agriculture.
Communities hold the key to protecting biological assets
SA is rich in biodiversity and we all have the power to protect it as one KwaZulu-Natal community ...
It’s World Fish Migration Day and this is why you should care
South Africa is host to abundant fish species that are the lifeblood of many and diet of even more. ...