WWF

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Member Type: World user
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Address: Switzerland
Zurich
Hohlstrasse 110
Website: http://www.panda.org
Phone: +41 44 297 21 21

About Our Business

WWF was born into this world in 1961.

It was the product of a deep concern held by a few eminent gentlemen who were worried by what they saw happening in our world at that time.

Since those early days WWF has grown up to be one of the largest environmental organizations in the world.

Currently there are more than 1300 WWF conservation projects underway around the world.

The vast majority of these focus on local issues. They range from school nature gardens in Zambia, to initiatives that appear on the packaging in your local supermarket. From the restoration of orangutan habitats to the establishment of giant panda reserves.

Almost all our work involves partnerships.

We team up with local non-profit agencies and other global NGOs. We form relationships with village elders, local councils and regional government offices. And in this day and age of globalization, critically, we work with businesses who are willing to change.

But our most important partnership is with you.
Your support means we have the necessary strength to engage with national governments and global agencies like the World Bank.
Your support means we have the network to reach out to isolated tribes in the Congo and the Amazon.
Your support means we can have real successes and lasting breakthrough in the conservation efforts for our one and only planet.
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Company Details

Legal Status:
Corporation
Number of employees:
5 001 to 10 000
Business Form:
Non-profit Organization
Market Focus:
Global
Sector:
Non-profit,
Year of establishment:
1961
Turnover:
200 000 0001 to 500 000 000 EUR
Company Activity:
Producer /Goods, Services, etc/
Other types of communications:
Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Flickr
Main Markets Country:
Global
CEO:
Yolanda Kakabadse
Direct Email:
Looking for:
Partner

Latest Blog Activity

  • International protection needed for coral used in jewelry – WWF, SeaWeb Geneva, Switzerland - Countries participating in a major endangered species trade conference in March must back better protections for red and pink coral, which are
  • Preparations for Olympic games in Russia not meeting environmental standards - WWF Despite a recent visit by the United Nations Environment Programme, preparations for the 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia are faili

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