There was no single founder of the World Wildlife Foundation, but rather it was a collaborative effort in 1961. 16 of the world’s leading conservationists came together and signed the Morges Manifesto, which established WWF as an international organization to help raise the funds to provide the financial support so badly needed by conservation projects. Some of the prominent signers of the manifesto and the group’s early leaders were Sir Julian Huxley, Sir Peter Scott (vice president of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources — IUCN), and E.M. Nicholson (director of the British Nature Conservancy).
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