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 work to establish policies in benefit of the climate, low carbon development, energy efficiency and the implementation of renewable sources.
What is the issue?
The National Government has committed to implement Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) within the framework of the Paris Agreement, establishing adaptation and mitigation actions.
What is WWF doing?
By 2030, WWF is contributing to the implementation of the Paris Agreement and Peru's commitments through the NDCs.
Who do we work with?
There are several activities developed with a wide variety of actors, such as sectors (tourism, forests, transportation, fishing, among others), regional governments, , and the private sector, among others.
How did it start?
What are the big wins?
- WWF is one of the partners that has been providing technical support to the Ministry of the Environment within the framework of the CAEP-NDC Partnership.
- The launch of the Carbon Footprint Peru platform, an official tool of the peruvian State that allows us to recognize how public and private organizations have managed to manage their Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions for the benefit of the environment.
- Launch and implementation of the Second Cycle of Business Dialogues organized hand in hand with Peru2021, with the objective of articulating actions between the public and private sectors (business and financial) to facilitate the implementation of the NDC.
- Elaborate the GHG Emissions Inventory in the regions of Amazonas, Cajamarca and Piura.