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
Benefits of nature restoration
5 main reasons why we need to restore nature:
1. It helps biodiversity: bringing back local flora and fauna.
2. It tackles the climate crisis: natural habitats store carbon.
3. It protects us from natural disasters: forests and wetlands reduce flooding.
4. It improves our health: access to nature benefits our well-being.
5. It boosts the local economy by strengthening food provision and sustainable practices.
Ecosystem restoration is not just about saving wildlife. A growing body of evidence shows that nature contributes to our overall health and wellbeing and provides significant socio-economic benefits, including sustainable jobs and ecotourism opportunities. Protecting and restoring nature and well-functioning ecosystems is also fundamental to tackling the twin crisis of biodiversity loss and climate change.