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Run for Change 2017@ Tai Po attracted over 800 participants

Run for Change 2017@ Tai Po - WWF’s First-ever Charity Day Run Chan Ka-ho, Christy Yiu, Jason Chan cheered for the runners

WWF-Hong Kong’s third Run for Change event was held this morning (19 February 2017) at the scenic Hong Kong Science Park in Tai Po. The spectacular ...

23 Feb 2017 Read more »
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Spoon-billed Sandpiper

Tight Finish for Champions at WWF’s Big Bird Race 2017 Local and regional bird-watchers brought in funds for Mai Po during an exciting race

The 34th Big Bird Race, WWF-Hong Kong’s annual bird-watching event, was held on 4 February and was a flying success. A local team, The Professionals, ...

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Today (11 February), WWF-Hong Kong released the results of the “Discovering Biodiversity in Hong Kong Wetlands” project in the Symposium on Deep Bay Wetland Conservation. • Mr Peter Cornthwaite, Chief Executive Office of WWF-Hong Kong (front, 5th from the left) • Mr Simon Chan, Assistant Director of the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (front, 5th from the right) • Ms Malini Thadani, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited’s Head of Corporate Sustainability in Asia Pacific (front, fourth from the left) • Dr Yan Bao Hua, Deputy Secretary-General of the Shenzhen Mangrove Wetlands Conservation Foundation (front, fourth from the right) • Dr Lew Young, the Ramsar Convention Secretariat’s Senior Regional Advisor for Asia-Oceania (front, 3rd from the left)

WWF’s “Discovering Biodiversity in Hong Kong Wetlands” project raises the number of species in Mai Po to 2,050+ Project delivers a holistic update on Hong Kong’s wetland species for habitat management work and future conservation planning

In May 2015, WWF-Hong Kong launched a historic project called “Discovering Biodiversity in Hong Kong Wetlands”, made possible through the generous ...

13 Feb 2017 Read more »
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Students hardly move on the mudflat!

Partnering to educate a new green generation

WWF-Hong Kong believes that partners help us make the world a better place – partnerships allow us to share ideas, create synergy and drive positive ...

10 Feb 2017 Read more »



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We organize our work around these six areas

Water & Wetlands


Climate & Energy


Biodiversity & Sustainability in Hong Kong 

Community Engagement & Education


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Discoving Biodiversity in Hong Kong Wetlands