WWF now has an office in almost every nation of the world and we’re proud to have been working in-the-field in Australia for over forty years. Our networks are strong and our passion runs deep. But we could never have done this alone. In the last 60 years, WWF has amassed millions of followers, and together we have achieved truly great things for our planet. There is strength in numbers. To mark this momentous milestone, WWF-Australia is proud to unveil . This fantastic project bring Earth Hour's coordinator Jasmine Ledger together with WWF-Australia's Indigenous Engagement Manager, Wakka Wakka Traditional Owner . Together they discuss their passion for nature, and how older and younger generations can work together to protect the future of our planet for the next 60 years and beyond. By working together with our supporters, we have turned the tide on extinction for wildlife in our oceans, our skies and on the land. Together, we started a global movement for our planet that is impossible to ignore, and here at WWF-Australia, we are in-the-field regenerating what we have lost and protecting what remains after the catastrophic bushfires of 2019-20. 60 years of conservation at WWF have shown that Together We Can make a difference for our world. But our work is far from over. It’s now more important than ever that we continue to work together to save our incredible natural environment. Explore what you have helped us achieve around the world and in our own backyard in the last 60 years.
To celebrate 60 years of conservation work at WWF, WWF-Australia's Jasmine Ledger collaborated with WWF-Australia's Indigenous Engagement Manager, Wakka Wakka Traditional Owner Cliff Cobbo to create our project. Together they discuss their passion for nature, and how older and younger generations can work together to protect the future of our planet.