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WWF works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, collaborating with partners from local to global levels in nearly 100 countries.
You’ll see some new landscapes in this issue, and they are places—Texas, Louisiana and Ireland—you might not necessarily associate with WWF. And that excites me. Why?
Because with each issue of World Wildlife, we want to take you somewhere new. We want to demonstrate, through rigorous reporting and powerful images, just how diverse and divergent our work is, and how deeply embedded we are, not only in faraway places, but in the realities of your everyday life.
Because your life—my life, all our lives—is what’s truly at stake when we talk about conservation. The planet will survive the threats WWF fights, but the way we live and the wild animals and wild places we love will not, unless we constantly recommit to the fight. In that spirit, this issue explores not only Ireland and America’s Gulf Coast, but a bright spot for rhinos in South Africa, Bhutan’s cultural connections to nature, and one Sri Lankan staffer’s abiding love for elephants.
Another note: with this issue, we’ve consolidated all our cool digital extras on our website. So while you’ll no longer find us on the Apple Newsstand, there will be even more to explore at worldwildlife.org/wwfmagazine.
Enjoy this issue as we continue to discover our world together, and work to protect it.