WWF is a leading global conservation organisation, with a global network active in more than 100 countries.
WWF’s mission is to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. WWF was founded in 1961 with headquarters based in Switzerland.Operating for nearly fifty years, WWF has forged unprecedented global partnerships with governments, other NGOs and the private sector, and has inspired individuals to take action and make a difference.
WWF-Hong Kong has been working since 1981 to deliver solutions for a living planet through Conservation, Footprint and Education programmes.
- Biodiversity and sustainability in Hong Kong.
- Water and wetlands.
- Community engagement and education.
- Programmes for students and teachers.
- Youth training and volunteers.
- Summer school and many more.
The future of our planet belongs to the next generation, and the subsequent generations which follow them.
The World Widelife Fund in Hong Kong urge you to safeguard the future of our planet by educating the next generation to be environmentally conscious and motivated to live a sustainable lifestyle.
All of wwf’s education activities fall into the “One Planet Education Programme” (OPEP) , mainly targeting to serve primary and secondary school students as well as youths. WWF organizes an extensive and comprehensive range of educational programmes. Most of them take place at three outdoor classrooms, Mai Po Nature Reserve, Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre and the Island House Conservation Studies Centre.
These programmes are aimed at students and youths, as well as the general public, our corporate partners and other stakeholders from around the region.
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