World Wide Fund for Nature
WWF's work aims to hand over a planet worth living on to our children. That is why we are challenged today to make the right decisions for tomorrow.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is one of the largest environmental organisations in the world. Together with our more than 5 million members worldwide, we are actively working in more than 100 countries for a healthy and living planet - for us and for future generations.
Focusing on the following sustainable development goals (SDGs)
How we work
Worldwide, over 6000 employees in more than 100 countries work together on six global goals: Oceans are managed and protected so that people and species continue to benefit from them; the condition of the world's most important forests is improved; we work for a renewable and fair energy future; freshwater ecosystems continue to serve people and nature; the populations of key endangered species can be stabilised and expanded again; the global food system conserves the planet's resources.
... and why
On every continent there are particularly species-rich regions where nature presents us with all its beauty. WWF works globally to protect these biodiversity hotspots.
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We want to pass on a planet worth living on to our children! Would you like to join us in this and shape the future together?
At WWF Switzerland, around 220 employees and over 9000 volunteers are committed to nature conservation and environmental protection. We look forward to receiving your application for our vacancies, apprenticeships and internships.
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