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WWF works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, collaborating with partners from local to global levels in nearly 100 countries.
Our community of over 11 million Activists worldwide have continued to give us hope as we make strides in protecting the diversity of life on earth.
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The Big Cat Public Safety Act has been reintroduced in the House and Senate in the 117th Congress. We encourage both chambers to now do their part to make sure that this important bill becomes law.
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Members of Congress are deciding on their priorities for federal funding in the coming year. Ask your representative to support significant increases to international conservation and climate programs in fiscal year 2023.
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Ask Congress to support the FOREST Act, which would require companies to trace where products come from and confirm that they are legally produced.
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More than 8.3 billion tons of plastic now exists. Plastic is found almost everywhere on our planet. The Break Free from Plastic Pollution Act was introduced in Congress with a plan to curb plastic pollution and hold all stakeholders accountable.
Amidst the hardships, 2021 also saw great strides in science and conservation—giving us constant hope. Exploring new technologies, moving key events online such as WWF's annual Lobby Day, and navigating new partnerships with community activists through social media— the impact of our work together has not waned.
Every spring, WWF brings supporters from across the country to meet directly with their representatives and staff in support of critical conservation programs in the federal budget. With the pandemic closing the physical halls of Congress, we moved online.
Arctic Youth Ambassador, Gabe Stenek, shares the impacts of climate change on his village of Shismaref, Alaska, 20 miles below the Arctic Circle.
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Panda Ambassadors are on the frontlines of environmental activism, leading their communities to engage the public and inspire real change. Panda Ambassadors host fun and educational events and activities, lead groups in marches and protests, and meet with politicians and business leaders.
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