World Wildlife Fund
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is an international conservation organization founded in 1961, and known internationally as the worldwide fund for Nature. The World Wildlife Fund acts with other U.S. organizations within a network to conserve the natural environment and ecological processes essential to life. Particular attention is paid to endangered species and to natural habitats important for human welfare. In hundreds of projects conducted or supported around the world, WWF helps protect endangered wildlife and habitats and help protect the earth’s biodiversity through fieldwork, scientific research, institutional development, wildlife trade monitoring, public policy initiatives, technical assistance and training, environmental education, and communications.
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