According to their website, their mission is to:
-protect natural areas and populations
-promote sustainable and renewable natural resources
-promote more efficient use of resources and energy
The WWF strategically focuses on conserving critical places and critical species that are particularly important for their habitat or for people.
They also work to reduce humanity’s ecological footprint – the amount of land and natural resources needed to supply our food, water, fibre and timber, and to absorb our CO2 emissions.
WWF works on a variety issues with teams of expert scientists, researchers and lobbyists to shape U.S. government policies in:
Agriculture; Forests; Fishing and Oceans; Climate Change; Wildlife Trade; Species Protection; International Conservation Funding; Water; Oil and Gas Development
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