WWF’s mission is to build a future in which humans live in
harmony with nature. We do this by
- conserving the world's biodiversity
- ensuring that the use of renewable natural
resources is sustainable, and;
- promoting the reduction of pollution and
Our focus is to protect and advocate for wildlife in
Australia and worldwide and to deliver long term environmental conservation and
regeneration programs in Australia.
While WWF is only one organisation, we'll achieve more by
empowering communities, forming alliances and building a movement for the
environment. Working together is the answer.
Read more to find out about our current projects:
Our goal is to double the number of koalas in Eastern
Australia by 2050. For every koala we assist we help hundreds of other species.
TOWARDS 2 BILLION TREES
Protect and plant two billion trees by 2030 by
- STOPPING excessive tree clearing
- PROTECTING our existing trees and forests
- RESTORING native habitat that has been lost.
Combat climate change by shifting to a low carbon future.
Our plan to make Australia a Renewable Energy Exports Superpower by showing
government and businesses how this can be profitable.
INNOVATE TO REGENERATE
Help develop innovative solutions to regenerate and
future-proof Australia’s natural environment and communities.
Restore Australia’s ecosystems by returning missing animal
You can find out more by visiting wwf.org.au