WFF South Africa focuses solely on all conservation efforts globally, because the planet is quite a big place. They have over 100 local offices around the world, which includes South Africa; this enables them to work locally on conservation challenges which includes global and local expertise. WFF only uses the best technology and sciences to conserve Biodiversity and wildlife, which protects natural habitats which wildlife lives in.
The initiative strongly believes that it needs people to inspire change that will benefit all including all natural life on earth. According to WFF, they work with government and civil society to encourage everyone to be more environmentally responsible.
WWF uses the best science to effectively conserve biodiversity and wildlife, and to protect our natural environments.
Below are the challenges they deal with:
- Securing the integrity of South Africa’s ecological assets
- Ensuring that ecosystem services underpin social and economic well-being
- Wildlife Conservation
- Building climate resilience
When dealing with Wildlife Conservation WFF, focuses on the following factors:
- Building and protecting key rhino populations to help them grow
- Developing buffers in local communities around rhinos as the first critical line of defence
- Supporting and tightening proactive law enforcement efforts to break illegal trade chains
- Improving cooperation between South Africa and consumer countries
- Understanding rhino horn trade in end-user markets and influencing demand.
There are reasons why, much focus are placed on the environment because WFF knows that sustainable action through initiatives and conservation projects is vital to the survival of humans and wildlife. Ultimately WWF South Africa knows that, by working with people, together we will change behaviour and leave a living planet.
Building a future in which humans live in harmony with nature !