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  • Oceans X Labs: Bringing Big Ideas to Ocean Conservation

    WWF partnered with Conservation X Labs to create an incubator that harnesses the power of emergent technologies, open innovation, collaborative problem solving, and entrepreneurship to source, develop, and scale new concepts for oceans conservation. And we’re doing it online.

    Great Barrier Reef from above
  • The Global Mangrove Alliance: Uniting to Conserve and Restore Valuable Coastal Forests

    In 2016, WWF teamed up with Conservation International, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and The Nature Conservancy to form the Global Mangrove Alliance. It’s an initiative to reverse the loss of critically important mangrove habitats worldwide. 

    young mangroves
  • The Arctic Council: Building a Region of Peaceful Cooperation

    With on-the-ground teams in all of the Arctic countries, WWF is uniquely positioned to work with all member states, and has engaged with the Arctic Council since before its evolution.

    humback whale jump
  • Building the Future of Biodiversity Conservation in Mozambique

    BioFund is a trust fund dedicated to biodiversity conservation in Mozambique. The funding will be allocated through a sustainable financing approach that includes an endowment fund developed to internationally recognized performance standards. 

    mozambique beach
  • Monitoring Coral Reef Health in Indonesia

    Off the tip of the Bird’s Head Peninsula of West Papua, Indonesia lie the islands of Raja Ampat, a marine oasis within the Coral Triangle. WWF Marine Conservation Biologist Helen Fox is part of a project to monitor coral reef health in Raja Ampat, in collaboration with Conservation International (CI) and The Nature Conservancy (TNC).