ABOUT WWF-AUSTRALIA: WWF has a long and proud history. We've been a leading voice for nature for more than half a century,. As the seventh largest member of the WWF Network, WWF-Australia has a challenging brief. We're striving to conserve biodiversity in Australia and throughout the Oceania region. It's a big task and not one we can tackle alone. But together we can.
Australia's vast continent is home to some of the most magnificent plants and animals on Earth. WWF works in partnership with a variety of organisations, communities and individuals to protect those endangered species most in need.
It is within our oceans that we find some of the most diverse life on Earth – from the largest animal that has ever lived to the smallest bacteria. As WWF-Australia is demonstrating, oceans also support the many people who depend upon their riches. Just as life began in our oceans, now, more than ever, the protection of marine environments is imperative to sustain life on Earth.
A healthy and stable climate underpins all life on Earth, supporting nature and people alike. Our climate is now rapidly changing and threatening the people, animals and places we love.
WWF-Australia works with businesses, governments and communities to accelerate the solutions and speed up Australia’s transition to zero carbon pollution – ensuring Australia does its fair share and supports those most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.