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Organisation Reference WWF
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Known worldwide by its panda logo, WWF is the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organization with 4.7 million supporters and a global network active in some 100 countries. WWF's mission is to protect nature and the biological diversity that we all need to survive.

The global environment network
In four decades, WWF has become the world's largest and most respected independent conservation organisation, with 27 National Organisations (NOs) active in 96 countries. We have almost five million supporters on five continents, who raise money and take action to tackle issues from the survival of species and habitats to climate change, sustainable business and environmental education. Since 1985, WWF has invested over US$1 billion in more than 11,000 projects in 130 countries.

Our mission
The mission of WWF is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by:

  • conserving the world's biological diversity
  • ensuring that the use of renewable resources is sustainable
  • promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption

Our strategy
WWF works to:

  • conserve endangered species
  • protect endangered spaces
  • address global threats to nature
  • by seeking long-term solutions

for the benefit of people and nature.

WWF-UK

The first member of the WWF network.
WWF was launched on 23 November 1961, and WWF-UK was the first National Organisation in the WWF International network. Today, we have offices in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Dates Referenced August 2001
Contact Details WWF-UK
Panda House
Weyside Park, Godalming
Surrey GU7 1XR
t: 01483 426444
f: 01483 426409
wwf-uk-supportercare@wwf.org.uk

WWF Cymru
Baltic House
Mount Stuart Square
Cardiff CF10 5FN
t: 02920 454970
f: 02920 451306
wwf-uk-wales@wwf.org.uk

WWF Northern Ireland
13 West Street
Carrickfergus
County Antrim BT38 7AR
t: 028 9335 5166
f: 028 9335 5166
wwf-uk-ni@wwf.org.uk

WWF Scotland
8 The Square
Aberfeldy
Perthshire PH15 2DD
t: 01887 820449
f: 01887 829453
WWFScotland@wwfnet.org

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http://www.wwf.org/

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