Using WWF-India's website content

What can and can not be used
WWF would like to actively encourage the re-use of text from this site.

Photographs cannot be used as WWF does not own the copyright for many of the images.

Diagrams and graphs can be used. More details are below.

Using text & news
If you wish to use content from this site please do so.

Crediting text...
Any reproduction, in full or in part, must credit WWF, as the copyright holder, as follows:

© [date of material] WWF. Some rights reserved.

If the material is to be reproduced on a website, then there must be a link back to WWF as suggested in this example:


If you have any questions or enquiries about other uses please contact us.

Using images and photographs
All photographs featured on this site are subject to copyright and must not be reproduced without permission. If you are interested in using any of the images, please contact Communications.

Using the Panda symbol/logo
The WWF panda symbol is a registered trademark and is subject to copyright.

It must not be used or reproduced without express permission.

The letters “WWF” are also a registered trademark and must not be used without permission.

Licensing and partnership possibilities are available. Please contact Communications for details.

Use of promotional banners & buttons
Personal, non-profit use of banners/buttons on this site on other non-profit or personal web sites is activerly encouraged. However, the button or banner must not be used to imply a partnership or endorsement of any product or service in any form what-so-ever.

Accuracy of information

All reasonable endeavours have been used to ensure the accuracy of the content of this website. However, no warranty is given to that effect, nor is any liability accepted by WWF-- World Wide Fund For Nature (Formerly World Wildlife Fund), for any loss or damage arising from the use of this site.
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