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Spotted Redshank (Tringa erythropus)

Number of common waders wintering in South China wetlands declines Stronger coordination needed along the flyway on World Migratory Bird Day

Visits of common wader species to wetlands in the South China region, including to the Mai Po Nature Reserve, have declined considerably in recent ...

10 May 2017 Read more »
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為莘莘學子及家長推出四款全新「兒童夏日學堂2017」,內容分別為6至14歲的兒童度身訂造,更有機會在米埔參與濕地生態調查及留宿一宵!

全新WWF 「兒童夏日學堂2017」 親子探索濕地與海洋(Chinese version only)

世界自然基金會香港分會(WWF)將於今年暑假,為莘莘學子及家長推出四款全新「兒童夏日學堂2017」─ 「海洋探索家、自然探索家、米埔濕地使者、自然歷險隊」,內容分別為6至14歲的兒童度身訂造,家長亦可一同參與部分環節,讓一家大小寓學習自然保育於娛樂之餘,亦能樂聚天倫,兒童學員更有機會在米埔留宿一宵!

05 May 2017 Read more »
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The missing pieces in Hong Kong’s 2030+ growth plan

The missing pieces in Hong Kong’s 2030+ growth plan

It is high time for Hong Kong to act if it wants to avoid becoming a city that lags behind others.

28 Apr 2017 Read more »
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WWF歡迎政府引入上網電價政策 推動本港可再生能發展

Renewable energy measures launched. Energy saving incentives fall short

The announcement of a new Scheme of Control agreement by the government and the city’s two power generators have introduced a feed-in tariff to offer ...

25 Apr 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

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Discoving Biodiversity in Hong Kong Wetlands

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