WWF-Hong Kong is working to create positive change in our oceans. Our programmes encourage people and businesses to stop eating, serving and shipping shark fin; to stop consuming unsustainable seafood; to actively participate in protecting precious species including the Chinese white dolphin and finless porpoise; and to reduce coastal and marine litter.
What WWF is doing:
- We use our scientific expertise to advise and convince the government to set conservation priorities and establish marine protected areas to conserve ecologically important habitats.
- We engage and work closely with local fishing communities to explore win-win practices for both the environment and people.
- We protect Chinese white dolphins — Hong Kong’s iconic marine species— by better protecting their habitats and involving the local community.
- We tackle the marine litter problem by identifying blackspots and sources, as well as carrying out beach clean-ups.
If we work together, these positive changes are possible.