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Doors on fridges increase energy efficiency and secure food safety.

Fridge Doors Save the Climate Hong Kong’s first energy report and best practice guide on commercial refrigeration

Hong Kong’s first-ever research study into the city’s commercial refrigeration sector highlights the energy challenges and food safety risks of open ...

15 Sep 2017 Read more »
Students looking at plankton they collected in Hoi Ha Wan, Sai Kung.

A Day for the Ocean

Every year, WWF hosts a Marine Awareness Day to raise public awareness of the threats faced by our beautiful oceans from human activity and to ...

13 Sep 2017 Read more »
Victoria Harbor of Hong Kong

WWF’s Recommendations for the 2018 Policy Address

WWF Hong Kong recommends the following policies for consideration and adoption by Chief Executive Mrs Carrie Lam in her inaugural Policy Address, to ...

06 Sep 2017 Read more »
(From the left to the right) Gavin Edwards, Conservation Director, WWF-Hong Kong; Crispian Barlow, Ex-Ranger and Warden on South African Nature Reserves and Ex-Chief Inspector of the Royal Hong Kong Police; Cheryl Lo, Senior Wildlife Crime Officer, WWF-Hong Kong

Public Sentiment Sways for Ivory Ban 78 per cent of Hong Kongers support legislation for a total ivory trade ban

A total ban on ivory sales in Hong Kong is supported by 78 per cent of locals, according to survey results released today by WWF-Hong Kong.

06 Sep 2017 Read more »



For Truly Global Conservation Impact

We organize our work around these six areas

Water & Wetlands


Climate & Energy


Biodiversity & Sustainability in Hong Kong 

Community Engagement & Education


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