WWF Hong Kong - What We Do
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What We Do

The natural world is interconnected with human prosperity on many levels. Today, the Earth and everything which dwells on it faces unprecedented challenges.
 
The well-being of the natural world is vital to the survival of humanity. We simply cannot live without the clean water, breathable air, food, medicines, energy and the many other valuable resources provided by the complex and interconnected web of ecosystems and habitats hosted by our one and only planet.
 
When nature’s web is placed at risk, so is humanity. Tackling the challenges faced by our environment is a task in which we must all play a part.
 
WWF works globally, regionally and locally. Our mission is to stop the degradation of our planet’s natural environment and build a future in which people can live in harmony with nature. From high-level policy and advocacy work and on-the-ground conservation activities, to public involvement in environmental action and nurturing a green generation, we work with people from every sector and at every level to seek practical solutions which will achieve our goals. We strategically focus on conserving critical places and species that are of particular importance to their habitat or to humanity, and we devise programmes that aim to reduce the negative impacts of human activities.
 
Hong Kong is a unique place. This small territory is rich in biodiversity and at the same time, as an international finance and trading hub, we are also rich in monetary terms. There is so much to be done – and that can be done – in terms of preserving our local biodiversity, rethinking the way we consume, and educating and empowering people to play a part in conservation.
 
Together, we can create a sustainable future for humans and nature. 

Discover more about what we do below by following the links below.
 

Water & Wetlands

Oceans

Climate & Energy

Wildlife

Biodiversity & Sustainability in Hong Kong

Community Engagement & Education

What We Do

WWF is creating solutions to the most serious conservation challenges facing our planet, helping people and nature to thrive.