The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
The SMP team works directly with key commodity producers, buyers, government agencies, financial and investment institutions, smallholders, certification agencies and consumers to improve the production of commodities that affect forests, freshwater and the global climate.LEARN MORE
WWF-Malaysia recognises that there is a need to strengthen, improve, and enhance the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) Certification Standards in a move towards greater robustness and accountability within its application towards mandatory certification. At present, WWF - Malaysia does not endorse the MSPO Certification Standards, as it does not satisfy the WWF Principals to Actively Endorse and Recognise Effective and Credible Standards and Certification Schemes (WWF, 2012). WWF-Malaysia will continue to advocate for transparent and effective multi-stakeholder consultative process to strengthen the MSPO standards.
We do not inherit the Earth, but borrow it from our children. As such, what we do now has a profound effect on the future generation. Undoubtedly, commercial companies are, of course, the leading users of natural resources. However, that does not absolve consumers of the responsibility and accountability of consuming sustainably. We, as consumers, have the voice to change how companies conduct their business practices by demanding them to be more responsible and environmentally friendly.LEARN MORE
Together with our partners, WWF has developed an innovative approach to plastic pollution. Moving beyond clean-up alone, we are tackling the root causes of plastic pollution. We have identified the Extended Producer Responsibility scheme as a critical policy tool with a track record in holding manufacturers accountable for the end-of-life impacts of their plastic products and packaging, as well as encouraging holistic eco-design in the business sector.LEARN MORE