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
It’s an honour to celebrate the 40th anniversary of WWF-Hong Kong with you all.
Founded in 1981, WWF-Hong Kong is an integral part of the WWF global network. Our work began with managing the Mai Po Nature Reserve. We have since expanded our mission to build a future in which humans thrive in harmony with nature; and to transform Hong Kong into Asia’s most sustainable city.
The past 40 years have seen us make many significant achievements in nature conservation, education and learning, and corporate and community engagement.
This ongoing success is dependent on people and organisations from across Hong Kong: the government, our corporate partners, donors and supporters, education and conservation professionals, the general public; and of course our dedicated staff and board and committee members who have steadfastly driven us forward through a myriad of challenges.
WWF-Hong Kong’s 40-year anniversary is something to be proud of, but we cannot rest on our laurels. The world needs us now more than ever before. The problems facing our planet have never been higher and the need for nature-based solutions has never been greater.
The fate of the world is in our hands. It is time for everyone to work together to protect the natural world – for ourselves and for the future generations who will live with the consequences of the choices we make today.
CHAIRMAN (2021 TO PRESENT)
“At WWF-Hong Kong, conservation and education are always the fundamental objectives and core focuses. We must aim towards striking a balance between humans and the healthy natural environment, with a clear conscience to motivate the people of Hong Kong to carry out sustainable behaviour and attitude.”
Mr. Dan Bradshaw