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
How WWF is connecting you to nature
This month we’ve been sharing our top guides to enjoying and making the most of the #GreenHolidays. We have many initiatives that help connect you to nature.
Get SASSI for sustainable seafood
WWF has taken the guesswork out of choosing sustainable seafood. The WWF Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative provides a “traffic light” system, which makes it easier to pick seafood that is sustainably sourced. The green list tells you which seafood can be eaten with a clear conscience, the orange list cautions you to think twice and the red list warns you about which seafood should be avoided altogether, because it’s either unsustainable or illegal to sell it in South Africa.
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Cheers to green wine
The Conservation Champion Wine Farm Guide is a GPS-enabled digital collection of WWF’s 38 champion wine farms offering information on a variety of activities as well as a glance into their conservation journeys. It also provides special offers and promotions. Having this information at your fingertips makes it easy to plan your next day trip or weekend escape with a hike or mountain bike trail. By choosing one of these farms, you’re assured of a spectacular experience in the heart of the floral kingdom.
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Play in our MPAs
South Africa’s varied landscapes and exquisite coastlines are home to many unique creatures. They can also provide the perfect reprieve from our urban surroundings – be it for a hike, cycle or swim, or that extended holiday.
WWF identifies the most significant and sensitive ocean places for both wildlife and people, and we work to conserve these areas.
Find out more about these magical spaces.
Explore our partners
WWF works with many like-minded organisations that work For Nature. For You. Why not explore what they have to offer.
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