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
WWF (World Wide Fund, World Wide Fund for Nature) works with media worldwide to provide expert information on the state of nature and ways to overcome environmental challenges.
- Old-growth forests of Ukraine
- Sustainable forestry
- State and reforming of the forest sector
- Illegal logging
Condition of freshwater ecosystems of Ukraine (rivers, wetlands) and prevention of water crisis
Conservation of freshwater species
Sustainable small hydropower
Restoration of natural areas for retention of water in the landscape
Wild species in Ukraine
State of populations of the Eurasian Lynx and Brown Bear
Practices of coexistence with large carnivores
Protection of species and habitats
Reintroduction of European Bison in Polissia
the global state of the planet’s biodiversity, prevention, and adaptation to climate change through nature based solutions, principles of sustainable consumption and reduction of ecological footprint, the environmental policy of the world and Ukraine, education and social transformations for life in harmony with nature
The name “World Wildlife Fund” is no longer used for WWF-Ukraine.