Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation
Emirates Nature-WWF centres its mission on nature and biodiversity conservation. WWF, initially focused on safeguarding endangered species like the Giant Panda, has grown into the largest environmental NGO addressing biodiversity loss and climate change. The organization's legacy revolves around the protection of species, symbolized by its iconic logo.
Enhancing Habitat and Ecosystem Protection
- Safeguarding Flagship Species
- Tracking and Monitoring Behaviours of Species
- Mapping Migration Patterns and Interactions
- Empowering Citizen Science for Awareness
- Precision Data Collation for Decision-Making
- Contributing to Species Safety Policy
From the mountains and mangroves to its desert and coastline, the UAE is home to many different ecosystems which are under threat from rapid growth, hunting, tourism, and more. So by working closely with partners and local communities, Emirates Nature-WWF’s commitment extends to the comprehensive protection and restoration of habitats and ecosystems, ensuring the sustained well-being of diverse flora and fauna.
- Revitalizing Wadi and Mountain Ecosystems
- Preserving Environments for Optimal Species Thriving
- Mitigating Damage and Nature Loss resulting from Natural Disasters and Climate Change
- Promoting the Natural heritage and Landscape of the UAE through Eco-tourism