With the support of USAID, WWF is working with the Government of Viet Nam, local communities, and conservation partners to advance shared natural resource policy commitments through the Biodiversity Conservation and Saving Threatened Wildlife projects. These investments are helping protect wildlife, forests, and the communities that depend on them.
Achieving significant increases in US government climate finance programs is essential to meeting US international commitments, including President Biden’s pledge to provide $11.4 billion in such finance by 2024, and to unlocking the global ambition needed to halt runaway climate change and protect the future of both people and nature.
The US government and its various federal agencies have historically played a leading role in advancing conservation efforts globally, as well as domestically. WWF believes the US needs to not only continue but redouble those efforts in order to meet the global environmental challenges confronting us. Learn more about the priorities WWF is advocating for with the new Administration and Congress and why the US needs to help lead the way.
WWF’s white paper Moving From a Linear to a Circular Economy outlines the key policy priorities we have as we work to end plastic leakage into nature, ensure communities are treated equitably in materials production and waste management, and transition from an economy that creates waste to one that cares for our planet.
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