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Company Overview of World Wildlife Fund, Inc.
World Wildlife Fund, Inc. (WWF) offers wildlife conservation programs. It provides programs for protection of endangered species, preservation of ecological systems, and environmental educational policy development. Additionally, the organization offers partnership programs for reduction of carbon dioxide emissions and incorporation of sustainable farming practices. WWF was founded in 1961 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia.
1250 Twenty-Fourth Street North West
Washington, DC 20090-7180
Founded in 1961
Key Executives for World Wildlife Fund, Inc.
President, Chief Executive Officer, and Director
Founder Chairman Emeritus
Vice President and Managing Director for Climate Change
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
World Wildlife Fund, Inc. Key Developments
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and World Wildlife Fund Announce Global Partnership to Support Ocean Conservation
Jan 25 16
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and World Wildlife Fund announced a five-year global partnership to help ensure the long-term health of the oceans. The partners will set measurable and achievable sustainability targets that will reduce Royal Caribbean's environmental footprint, raise awareness about ocean conservation among the company's more than five million guests, and support World Wildlife's global oceans conservation work. The targets announced focus on supply chain sustainability and emissions reductions through 2020. Royal Caribbean and World Wildlife Fund also are working together to develop targets aimed at strengthening the company's sustainable sourcing strategy and its destination stewardship and sustainable tour operations platforms.
World Wildlife Fund, Inc. Presents at 10th European Bioplastics Conference, Nov-05-2015 12:20 PM
Nov 2 15
World Wildlife Fund, Inc. Presents at 10th European Bioplastics Conference, Nov-05-2015 12:20 PM. Venue: Maritim proArte Hotel, Friedrichstraße 151, 10117 Berlin, Germany. Speakers: Erin Simon, Deputy Director, PSE, Sustainability R&D.
World Wildlife Fund, Inc. Opens Office in Myanmar
Nov 1 14
World Wildlife Fund, Inc. opened its new Myanmar office November 1 in an event that highlighted the countrys vast natural capital, its efforts to develop a green economy and its diverse species such as tigers, elephants and Irrawaddy dolphins. The event featured representatives of Myanmars Government, Ambassadors and diplomats, local and international NGOs, foundations and members of the business community. Former Myanmar Ambassador to the US and Presidential Advisor H.E. U Than Swe spoke about the importance of protecting Myanmars biodiversity and the need to work together to tackle major challenges like illegal wildlife trade and deforestation. WWFs contributions are vitally important. Appreciate and thank all of colleagues here for interest and technical cooperation and generous efforts to help Myanmar. Wish all staff well for successful mission. The event featured a ribbon cutting and tree planting at WWFs new office in Yangon. Maps and images were on display highlighting Myanmars rich biodiversity. The country is home to three of Earths most pristine rivers (Irrawaddy, Salween and Mekong), at least 250 mammal species and more than 1,000 bird species. Its forests are some of the most extensive and intact in Southeast Asia and it has huge potential for tiger recovery.
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