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Our partnerships PUBLIC SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS Our work with governments, development agencies and international finance institutions keeps sustainability high on the public agenda From government policies to investment flows to large-scale development projects, public sector organizations – including national governments, bilateral and multilateral international development institutions, and national and regional development banks – have a major influence on our planet and its future. It’s vital that sustainability is at the heart of their policies, planning and projects, particularly in areas of rapid change and strong economic growth in the South. WWF works in partnership with more than 30 key public finance institutions across the globe at a strategic level, to pursue green development pathways and make sure environmental sustainability remains a priority. Our public sector partners Bilateral agencies Australia – AusAID Austria – ADA Canada – CIDA Denmark – Danida Finland – MoFA France – AFD, FFEM Germany – BMZ, BMU, KfW, GIZ Japan – JICA Netherlands – DGIS New Zealand – NZAid Norway – Norad Sweden – Sida Switzerland – SDC, SECO United Kingdom – DFID, Defra United States of America – USAID, USDA, DOS, USFWS, NOAA Multilateral agencies African Development Bank Inter-American Development Bank Asian Development Bank UN Development Programme European Commission – EuropeAid UN Environment Programme Global Environment Facility The World Bank Group WWF-INT Annual Review 2012 page 26

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Annual Review 2012

Annual Review 2012
Foreword from Yolanda Kakabadse
A message from Jim Leape
Kill the trade
Saving special places
Harmony with nature
Public sector partnerships
Corporate partnerships
Our donors
WWF International accounts 2012
WWF International directors
WWF International board of trustees 2012
The WWF Network

Annual Review 2012