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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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Whale numbers are bouncing back, which is surprisingly good news, because whale poo is good for the whole 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

“Corals and Crabs” reveals the marine life in the reefs of Goa

“Corals and Crabs” jointly published by the Forest Department of Goa and WWF-India, was released by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Goa to commemorate ...

04 Jun 2019 Read more »
Indus River Dolphins

DCB Bank and WWF-India collaborate to conserve the endangered Indus River Dolphin

DCB Bank and WWF-India have announced a partnership to conserve the endangered Indus River Dolphin in the Beas Conservation Reserve. Working closely ...

03 Jun 2019 Read more »

70% of India’s top 100 corporates are moving towards Renewable Energy

The WWF Report ‘Renewable Energy Demand in India’ Corporate Buyers’ Perspective’ highlights the increase in corporate RE procurement trends among ...

30 May 2019 Read more »
The Ganga is one of the rivers in which the Ganges shark is found.

New Study in Nature: Just One-Third of the World’s Longest Rivers Remain Free-Flowing

First ever global assessment of the location and extent of the planet’s remaining free-flowing rivers highlights severe degradation, and offers a ...

09 May 2019 Read more »
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