WWF Annual Review 2017 - 9

OUR GLOBAL GOALS

FUTURE AT RISK
The stakes couldn't be higher. If the
loss of nature isn't reversed, the natural
systems of our planet will be seriously
damaged, and our civilization will head
into volatile, dangerous territory as
this century progresses. The future of
humankind and much of life on Earth,
as we know it, is at risk.
Turning this round is the biggest task
humanity has ever faced. And what
happens over the next few years will
determine our future.
However, a global response is beginning
to gather momentum. UN initiatives
like the Sustainable Development Goals,
the Paris Climate Agreement and the
Convention on Biological Diversity point
the way forward, with a series of targets
set for 2020. Although this is exciting
progress, we know that the current
commitments are not enough. Together,
we must scale up our ambition for change
and translate commitments into action.

NEW DETERMINATION
Only a new determination for greater
impact can put us on track by 2020 to
reversing the loss of nature and living
within our environmental means.
And these global initiatives need to be
co-ordinated, unified and deepened
over the coming decade.
WWF is determined to make our
contribution count, capitalizing on our
strengths: the local and global reach of
our network; the global influence of our
brand; our work on international systems
as well as in the field; and our large
public support across the whole world.
We have agreed a set of seven integrated
outcomes that the WWF Network will
work with many partners to achieve by
2030 (see on page 11). They are ambitious
and challenging, but necessary.

Driven by a greater ambition we're
uniting our network in identifying areas
where we'll achieve greater collective
impact. We are boosting learning and
innovation. We're developing new 'high
impact initiatives' where we see the
urgency and opportunity to lead rapid
progress. And in everything we do, we
are looking for powerful partnerships
and coalitions able to design solutions
that deliver the new ambition.

HIGH AMBITION
We are discussing with partners a set
of new high impact initiatives. These
include shutting down demand for
ivory, doubling tigers in their heartlands,
mobilizing finance at scale for securing
large protected area networks, a
coral reef rescue, conservation led by
communities and indigenous peoples,
reliable and impactful green bonds,
and more.
Achieving the ambitious outcomes of
these initiatives won't be easy. But by
working at every level - from community
conservation to global systems - and
pulling together the right coalitions
from all walks of life, we can do it.
We must. And we will.

DRIVEN BY A GREATER
AMBITION, WE ARE BOOSTING
LEARNING AND INNOVATION ‒
AND DEVELOPING NEW 'HIGH
IMPACT INITIATIVES'

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