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
Nature is life’s golden thread. It provides us with so much – the water we drink, the food we eat, the air we breathe. And there’s more…Under lockdown, we finally came to realise how important nature is for our spiritual and emotional wellbeing. But, if we don’t look after nature, it can’t look after us. As we work to reverse nature loss and mend our broken relationship with nature, you can support the work we do.
With only a few thousand left, each new-born black rhino is a cherished addition to its species. WWF moves black rhinos to places where they can breed and thrive. By creating more space for black rhinos, we are also securing space for many other species. Help us to keep doing this for your children’s future.
Beautiful sunsets, long walks on the beach, fresh fish on the braai…. That’s what we think of when we think of the ocean, but all too often this view is marred by plastic pollution. Plastic pollution not only litters our beaches, it also strangles sea life and enters our food chain. Help us clean up our act.
Three out of four new diseases are zoonotic – which means they have jumped from animals to humans. And this is likely to happen increasingly because of our broken relationship with nature. This is one of the main lessons the Covid-19 pandemic has taught us. Help us to mend that relationship.
South Africa has some of the most polluted air in the world due to coal-fired power stations. In a year in which the very act of breathing means everything, we need to turn this around and make the shift away from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Join us in this push for a low-carbon future and clean air.