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Birds in Mai Po

WWF’s Response to 2017 Policy Address

WWF-Hong Kong welcomes the Chief Executive’s pledge, in the delivery of his final Policy Address today, to set up a Conservation Trust, cut ...

18 Jan 2017 Read more »
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Not in their kitchens: 18,000+ hotels now ban shark fin

Hong Kong: Action taken by global hotel brands to ban shark fin dishes from their offerings over the last five years has gathered tremendous ...

17 Jan 2017 Read more »
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Unauthorized pond-filling activities on a private land in Hoo Hok Wai

WWF’s letter to The Ombudsman

The Ombudsman has launched an investigation into possible inadequacies of the several government departments – including Environmental Protection ...

13 Jan 2017 Read more »
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Two Siberian Cranes, one adult (all white) and one juvenile (orange-brown), were spotted at the Reserve on 2 December 2016. The adult bird still remains on the premises while the juvenile disappeared after a few days.

Mai Po Nature Reserve Welcomes Arrival of Critically Endangered Siberian Cranes

Two Critically Endangered Siberian Cranes (Leucogeranus leucogeranus) have graced the WWF-Hong Kong-managed Mai Po Nature Reserve again this winter, ...

13 Jan 2017 Read more »

WWF'S MISSION

 

For Truly Global Conservation Impact

We organize our work around these six areas

Water & Wetlands

Oceans

Climate & Energy

Wildlife

Biodiversity & Sustainability in Hong Kong 

Community Engagement & Education

 

©: WWF-Hong Kong

©: WWF-Hong Kong

OUR PROJECTS

Discoving Biodiversity in Hong Kong Wetlands

HOW YOU CAN HELP

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