Press FAQ | WWF Hong Kong

Press FAQ



Q: I'm a student doing a project about an environmental problem. Can WWF provide information or arrange an interview with a WWF representative?

A: Regarding requests for help with general school reports about environmental issues, we wish we could help each of you individually. However, due to manpower and effectiveness this is not always possible. Please send your request in detail by email, and we’ll see how to offer the most suitable assistance.

Also you may find useful information from our website. The following sources of information can hopefully point you in the right direction for help with your project:

Conservation
Footprint
Education

Q: I’m a journalist/reporter doing research for an environmental story. Can I discuss with anyone from WWF to develop the possible content?

A: Please send your company’s name, your name and contact information (phone number, email and/or fax number), and your area of work by email. Our communications team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q: I’m a journalist/reporter looking for photos and/or footage for an environmental story. Can I use any resources from your achieve?

A: You may make selections from our press image library. Or you may send your company’s name, your name, contact information (phone number, email and/or fax number) and what kind of materials you are looking for by email. Our communications team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q: I’m a reporter/producer planning to visit Mai Po Nature Reserve / WWF Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre. What can I do? Who should I contact?

A: Please send your company’s name, your name and contact information (phone number, email and/or fax number), and your area of work by email. Our communications team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q: I’m from a publishing company and we would like to use your information, photos and/or logo in our publications. What can I do? Who should I contact?

A: Our materials cannot be used for commercial use. If for charity or educational purposes, please send your company’s name, your name and contact information (phone number, email and/or fax number), and your area of work by email. Our communications team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q: I’m a journalist/reporter doing a feature story and want to borrow WWF products for shooting. What can I do? Who should I contact?

A: Please send your company’s name, your name and contact information (phone number, email and/or fax number), and your area of work by email. Our communications team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Q: I would like to receive WWF’s eNews and/or press materials. Can you put me on your list?

A: Please send your company’s name, your name and contact information (phone number, email and/or fax number), and your area of interest by email. Our communications team will add you to our list accordingly.