WWF Forest & Climate

Home to much of the world’s biodiversity, forests have significant values, both as a provider of goods (food, medicine, timber, construction materials, etc) and services (purifying air, preserving watersheds, stabilizing soil and preventing erosion, etc). 

wwfdeutschland:

Gerade werden bei der Generalversammlung der UN dringliche Themen der internationalen Sicherheitspolitik besprochen. Wir sind froh, dass wir es geschafft haben, das Thema “Wildereikrise" auf die Agenda zu setzen. Jetzt gilt es auch zählbares für Elefanten und Nashörner zu erreichen – bevor es zu spät ist! 

(Source: wwf.de)

      Living Planet Report

The Living Planet Report is the world’s leading, science-based analysis on the health of our planet and the impact of human activity. Knowing we only have one planet, WWF believes that humanity can make better choices that translate into clear benefits for ecology, society and the economy today and in the long term.

“Fact is the solution to extreme poverty, climate change and environmental degradation requires an integrated response if we are to get lasting change. Often we find climate change is a common cause but it is how this manifests itself which is key: changes in climate play out through natural resources – the underlying environment that particularly people in poverty most directly depend on” said David Nussbaum, CEO of WWF-UK to representatives of the public, private and NGO sector at the launch of the report in London on 10 September 2014.
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“Fact is the solution to extreme poverty, climate change and environmental degradation requires an integrated response if we are to get lasting change. Often we find climate change is a common cause but it is how this manifests itself which is key: changes in climate play out through natural resources – the underlying environment that particularly people in poverty most directly depend on” said David Nussbaum, CEO of WWF-UK to representatives of the public, private and NGO sector at the launch of the report in London on 10 September 2014.