Perú Corporate Partnerships Report 2020

Posted on 06 April 2020
Fishermen in Piura, Peru.
© Yawar Films / WWF Peru
The Time to act is now. We have put in place of global conservation strategy that reflects the way the world is changing, meets the big environmental challenges of the age and helps us simplify, unite and focus our efforts for greater impact.

WWF will continue to deliver locally in crucial ecoregions around the world, but sharpen our focus on six global goals - on wildlife, forest, oceans, water, climate and energy, and food - and three key drivers of environmental degradation - markets, finnance and governance. We are creating global communities of practice for each of the goals and drivers composed of specialists from WWF and key external partners. This will foster greater collaboration and innovation, incubating new ideas and taking promising new ideas and taking promising ones to scale, as we unite our efforts toward making ambitious targets a reality.

There has never been a stronger sense of urgency for action. In WWF we are defining new ways of working together to make difference at a scale that matters. We know we must redifine hummanity's relationship with the planet. And together we passionately belive we can.
Fishermen in Piura, Peru.
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