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
We turned 50 on 13 January 2022, and we have planned many exciting activities throughout the year! We invite everyone to join us in celebrating this milestone by taking action for nature: Join | Pledge | Shop | Donate
Protect nature, one of our greatest allies against climate change. Nature nourishes us with food, water and fresh air, as well as provides livelihoods for many millions.
From now until Earth Day 22 April 2022, take action for people and planet by joining the Earth Hour Virtual Run for Nature 2022 - 50th Anniversary Edition, organised by JomRun in partnership with WWF-Malaysia. Proceeds will be channelled to WWF-Malaysia’s efforts to protect nature. Let’s act Together for Nature and Shape Our Future.REGISTER HERE
Show your support of nature conservation as we countdown to Earth Hour at 8:30pm on 26 March 2022 by pledging to switch off lights during Earth Hour and plant a tree/ add a potted plant at your home, school or office during 2022. As trees grow, they help mitigate climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the air, storing carbon in the trees and soil, and releasing oxygen into the atmosphere. Let's pledge and help Shape Our Future where people and nature thrive together.PLEDGE TODAY
For 50 years, WWF-Malaysia has worked with government agencies, businesses, communities, NGOs and individual supporters to protect nature – and Shape Our Future where people and nature thrive together.
Together for Nature:
We have played a key role in establishing and improving the management effectiveness of 12 Protected Areas, conserving more than 1.3 million hectares of forests and seas from the threat of conversion.
We’ve touched the lives of 1.8 million students, empowering them to become conservation ambassadors and sustainability champions.
We have saved more than 1.6 million sea turtle eggs from nesting beaches in Sabah, Terengganu and Melaka from being consumed and sold in markets since 2006.
And so much more…
Please continue to support us as we couldn’t have protected nature without you. Thank you very much.