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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.
The connection between conservation and faith is strong.
Monks in Cambodia advocate for protecting the endangered dolphins that swim near their Buddhist temples. Nunneries across the Himalayas invest in solar power.
The connection also is empowering. Given their large numbers, people who are motivated by their faith can move mountains if they want to. This is especially true of people in their teens and 20s, who make up nearly half of our global population. Imagine the difference faith-motivated youth can make if they become advocates for protecting wildlife and wild places.
Show the world that the youth of America care about the environment. Start by signing our pledge to be an advocate for conservation. You’ll receive actions you can take each month.
But don’t stop there. Being an advocate means leading by example. Here are some actions you can take today: