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Protect & regenerate nature
As a global population, we are depleting natural resources faster than the earth can replenish them – and at an accelerating rate.
It’s a crisis that equals, possibly even surpasses, climate change.
Nature underpins all global activity. It's estimated that huge biodiversity losses are already putting a million species at risk of extinction and making 80% of the UN Sustainable Development Goals potentially unachievable.
There is so much we can do to help, including increasing our use of renewable energy, supporting the elimination of deforestation, and cutting waste by recycling and reducing. It’s time to make a change.
Explore ways you can take action below.
Ways to take action (17 items)
Join the outdoor revolution and make outside play matter
Clear the confusion about plastic recycling
Make your commitment to reducing plastic waste
Act now to help WWF protect the planet
Calculate your carbon footprint to see where you can improve
Volunteer in Oxfam shops and give clothes a second life
Fix our food system with a healthy and sustainable diet
Five easy ways to fight deforestation in our food
Find out what you can do to make a difference
Learn about how we can secure Australia’s future
Volunteer and work towards a hunger-free future in 40 countries
Make small, sustainable lifestyle changes that count
TRANSFORM the lives of millions in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia
Supply recyclable waste to feed the circular economy
Donate and support the WWF campaign to save the Amazon
It’s time to put pressure on our leaders to take climate action
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