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World Wide Fund for Nature.

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Founded in 1961 in Switzerland, with over five million supporters, WWF runs projects all around the world, including the South Caucasus.

We are WWF

The World Wide Fund for Nature is the largest conservation organization that unites people across the globe with the goal to protect the environment through wise consumption of the planet’s natural resources and to build a future where people live in harmony with nature. 

In times of global challenges, WWF is finding ways to help transform the future for the world’s wildlife, forests and waters; calling for a reduction in carbon emissions to counter grave consequences of climate change as well as campaign for healthy environment for people to enjoy long and sustainable life on our planet. To make this happen our global team works on six major goals: forests, oceans, wildlife, food, climate & energy and freshwater; as well as three key drivers of environmental problems: markets, finance and governance.

Georgia was the first country to officially register the WWF office in the whole Caucasus in 1992.  Later in 2000s were established Armenian and Azerbaijanian offices. In 2002 Georgian office became Caucasus Regional, working with all of these three countries, dedicating itself to conservation of the biodiversity in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. 

The story of our logo
The inspiration came from Chi-Chi: a giant panda that had arrived at the London Zoo in the year 1961, when WWF was being created.
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