What We Do

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© Ravi Singh/WWF-India
World Wide Fund for Nature-India, or WWF-India, is a conservation organization dedicated to building a healthy living planet for future generations. We do this by adopting a two-pronged approach to conservation which includes Biodiversity Conservation, and Footprint Reduction.

At the global level, the WWF network has identified goals for Biodiversity Conservation and Footprint Reduction.

Biodiversity Conservation

2050 Biodiversity Goal
By 2050, the integrity of the most outstanding natural places on Earth is conserved, contributing to more secure and sustainable future for all

Starting locally, WWF-India has identified the country’s most critical regions and priority species which characterize the country’s natural heritage, and is working to conserve their health and numbers, through field work, policy interventions and positive campaigns.
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WWF-India has identified the country’s most critical landscapes and priority species which characterize the country’s natural heritage
© Martin Harvey/WWF-Canon

Footprint Reduction

2050 Footprint Goal
By 2050, humanity’s global footprint stays within the Earth’s capacity to sustain life and the natural resources of our planet are shared equitably

WWF-India is working to reduce the country’s footprint on the planet by addressing key development and environmental issues that have an impact on our overall national & global footprint.
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Reducing India’s Global Footprint. Click on the image to take a look at our broad approaches to achieving this goal
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