The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
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We all love to explore our planet, yet the reality is that it is under threat. If we do not change the trajectory of climate change now, the landscapes and landmarks we love will disappear. However, if we act now, we can ensure that our planet, and everything we love about it, can live on for us and future generations to thrive.
The reality is that as we consume more fossil fuels-based energy, and industrialise more of our planet, the world heats up as greenhouse gasses consume our atmosphere.
If we allow the global average temperature to increase by more than 1.5°C, then there is not one part of our planet that will not be adversely affected by climate change.
At WWF we are committed to doing everything we can to mitigate the effects of climate change in order to preserve the planet for all those who live on it to enjoy. Join our movement.
More greenhouse gases in the atmosphere mean more severe and frequent events like flooding, drought and extreme heat.BIG IMPACT #1
Increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere are making oceans more acidic, with detrimental effects for species and livelihoods.BIG IMPACT #2
Higher temperatures and faster wind speeds will cause more frequent and more intense fires, impacting people and nature.BIG IMPACT #3