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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.
This issue of World Wildlife marks the end of a calendar year, and the start of our magazine’s second. So before we go too much further, we’d love to know what you think.
One year ago, we launched the publication with an overnight visit to a remote island in Mozambique and an up-close look at tracking tigers in Nepal. Since then, we’ve traveled to Myanmar, shared some unexpected wildlife-inspired art and trumpeted a major win for the Amazon.
In this issue, we share advances in zebra and gorilla conservation, and talk to women fighting for their families and forests in Nepal. We’ve once again given outside experts a forum to speak on an issue we all care about—this time, climate change—and shared our own perspective on what they have to say.
And we know you are reading: Our last issue sparked a lot of discussion and showed us that we must continue to strive to deliver the most thoughtful, insightful and inspiring window possible into our shared natural world.
Now we want to hear from you: Send us a letter or an email, a note on Facebook or a tweet. Let us know how we’re doing and tell us what you’d like to see.
It’s your magazine, after all.