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WWF & OUR PLANET

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Our Planet is a Netflix original documentary series and a groundbreaking four year collaboration between Netflix, Silverback Films and WWF. It explores the rich natural wonders, iconic species and wildlife spectacles that still remain, and reveals the key issues that urgently threaten their existence.

Today, we have become the greatest threat to the health of our planet. Our collaborative mission is to inspire people over the world to understand our planet - and the challenges it faces. If we can truly understand why nature matters to us all, and what we can do to save it, then we can create a future where nature and people thrive.

We have ensured the Our Planet series and all supporting content is supported by the latest science.

LATEST FROM OUR PLANET

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"WHAT WE DO NOW, AND IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS, WILL PROFOUNDLY AFFECT THE NEXT FEW THOUSAND YEARS"

David Attenborough

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WHAT CAN I DO?

Today we have become the greatest threat to the health of our planet. We're the first generation to know what we're doing, and the last who have a chance to put things right.

There are small changes we can make right now in our everyday lives. When we all come together to make these changes, they can make a big difference.

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WHAT WWF-INDIA IS DOING TO SECURE OUR PLANET'S FUTURE

The road to tiger recovery in Rajaji

Rajaji Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand received two tigers from Corbett Tiger Reserve as part of an ongoing conservation effort to boost the tiger ...

10 Jan 2021 Read more »
Tiger radio-collared in Sundarbans Tiger Reserve

Tiger radio-collared in Sundarbans Tiger Reserve to assess human-tiger interactions

The initiative has been undertaken by the Wildlife Wing of West Bengal Forest Directorate and WWF India and supported by ICICI Foundation.

29 Dec 2020 Read more »
Climate Solver

Innovations by four Indian Startups have the potential to reduce GHG by 33 million tonnes by 2029

WWF India’s Climate Solver Awards recognized four cleantech startups addressing issues of air pollution, energy efficiency and mobility, through ...

09 Nov 2020 Read more »
Cities facing highest overall water risk by 2050 under pessimistic scenario in WWF Water Risk Filter

Cities across the globe face an alarming rise in water risks and must urgently invest in enhanced resilience, according to new ...

With water crises already plaguing many of the world’s cities, WWF’s new water risk scenarios estimate that hundreds of millions of people in cities ...

02 Nov 2020 Read more »