An Australia that’s prepared and strong enough to withstand the impacts of a changing climate. This is the future that we’re working towards - and everyone has a role to play. Australia has some of the brightest scientific and innovative minds, and over 60,000 years of Indigenous ecological knowledge. Right now, we must learn quickly, adapt and scale solutions to help prepare people and nature for a changing climate. Let’s harness what makes Australians so great - our resourcefulness, commitment to nature and respect for the land - to help improve the long-term resilience of our environment for generations to come.
Combining the strengths and experience of both organisations, we’ll apply innovation, science and Indigenous ecological knowledge to practical, on-ground projects. Together, we’ll work to mainstream effective, nature-based solutions across Australia. By doing so, we can ensure a future where both people and nature thrive.
To combat the devastating impacts of a changing climate, we must urgently find and implement new ways to restore nature so it's strong enough to survive for future generations.
This is what we call climate-ready restoration.
Find out more about WWF-Australia and Greening Australia’s national partnership and our science-led plan for climate-ready restoration in our prospectus.
By understanding and planning for the impacts of climate change, we can collectively better assist nature and people to adapt and thrive. We have already taken the first step in approaching the Australian Government, philanthropists and businesses to be the catalyst for real change in this space. However, everyone has a role to play and there is plenty you can do to help combat climate change.