Taking Action Before It’s Too Late
If we don’t do something about global warming due to climate change, a third of all plant and animal species could become extinct within a century.
Year after year, heat records are broken. The fight against climate change is underway, but still falls short. With the current international climate plans, we are not going to stay within the necessary limit of an average rise of global temperature of 1.5°C. Such a temperature rise has disastrous consequences for people and nature. To protect the world against climate change, the staggering investment of 1.8 trillion euros will be needed until 2030.
But what exactly is climate change? What are the causes and consequences of global warming and what can we do to stop it? Read below to discover what WWF does and what you can do yourself.
We want to strengthen the resilience of the areas in which we work, especially by giving nature the opportunity to adapt better.
We conduct research in specific areas to find out which species can adapt or migrate to new areas. This way we can know whether the habitats of these species are shifting.
Tips for living more sustainably
We help people to improve their relationship with nature.
Living Planet Report
WWF publishes the Living Planet Report every two years. In this way, we continuously monitor how our planet is doing.