14 Dec 2021
IN PHOTOS: 2021 REVIEW: WHAT WE ACHIEVED WITH OUR DEDICATED PARTNERS AS WE REGENERATE AUSTRALIA
2021 has been a critical year for WWF-Australia. It’s been yet another year like no other. With the help of our supporters, donors, and dedicated partners, we were able to action crucial projects designed to help us . Thanks to you, we're already seeing results.
With the help of our dedicated partners, we were able to action some very special projects.
With the help of furniture company Koala and the Kangaroo Island Landscape Board, more than 7,100 she-oak trees have been planted on Kangaroo Island, providing the Kangaroo Island glossy black cockatoo with their exclusive food source.
As part of Renewables Nation, WWF-Australia partnered with Original Power to support the First Nations Clean Energy Network. This powerful network will ensure First Nations People play a central role and harness the opportunities from Australia’s renewable energy.
This year, WWF-Australia partnered with Botanica by Air Wick to create The Rare Bloom Project™. In collaboration with the Australian Seed Bank Partnership, we will work to help save 120 native Australian wildflowers from the threat of extinction through a conservation program of seed collection, germination trials and propagation. This year we have worked to protect over 30 species including the Corunna daisy.
We’ve started working with the small business community for the first time. The collective capacity of small and medium businesses to generate change is absolutely enormous. Their industry-specific knowledge and influence is a powerful tool and we’re excited to work together towards greater conservation wins.
It's been an unforgettable year. On behalf of all of us at WWF-Australia, thank you for your support in 2021. We can’t wait to see what we can achieve together in 2022.