The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Since 2017, WWF-Hong Kong has been collaborating with various organisations on “Citizen Science” programmes. After undergoing workshop training conducted by our expert team, participants become WWF One Planet Youth Citizen Scientists and conduct various scientific surveys in Hong Kong. Data collected by citizen scientists will contribute to providing the latest status of Hong Kong biodiversity for ongoing conservation projects. Join us in building a more sustainable future.
One Planet Youth Action is now recruiting youth citizen scientists to conduct various types of scientific surveys with us at different locations. If you are age 15 to 30 and want to contribute to nature conservation, please join us.
- Participant of this programme must be age between 15 to 30
- No scientific background required.
- Physically fit and able to work in the field continuously for at least 3 hours
- This programme accepts applications year-round.
- Next batch of “One Planet Youth Citizen Scientist Programme” will start from May 2020.
- Successful applicants will receive a confirmation email by mid-April 2020.