With more than five million members across five continents, with more than 100 offices in the world, over 4000 employees and more than 1,000 active projects for the conservation, WWF plays an important role in the global environment.
WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), was founded in September 1961. There was extensive destruction of Africa's natural that inspired the British biologist Sir Julian Huxley to take this initiative. Read more about WWF's founding. Today WWF is one of the largest and most respected independent environmental organizations.
WWF operates very active in many areas - behind the desks, in laboratories, in the corridors of power and at the international negotiating tables.
On www.panda.org you can read more about WWF's work internationally.