WWF Annual Review 2022 - 20

A CAUSE WORTH STRIVING FOR
e often talk about 'our' planet, 'our'
ocean and 'our' climate, but we
should drop our human arrogance
and shift from possession and domination
to harmony, equity and coexistence. Among
peoples, and between people and nature.
WWF's most important responsibility and
contribution in moving forward is to support
society in this transition, helping to increase
speed, scale and depth. The speed of change
in which we embrace a truly ecologically
sustainable future will determine success or
failure in preserving life on Earth as we
know it and in building a safe
future for humanity. Can
we change before
reaching climate and
ecosystem tipping
points? Can we learn how
to develop and live within
planetary boundaries? Transitions
are complex and filled with uncertainties.
The temptation to backtrack to business as
usual is omnipresent. There is and will be
resistance, whether it is based on genuine
concerns, ignorance or selfishness, to protect
elite economic interests and privileges of the
few versus the collective good. But we have
several advantages on our side. The power
of the evidence. The power of the many:
our staff, supporters and a growing number
of like-minded people everywhere in the
world. The way we can multiply our impact
through partnerships and coalitions: with
governments, corporates, investors, civil
society and communities. And finally, we
have a mission worth striving for. Because
the planet's amazing diversity of life
deserves it and because there's only one
possible 'people positive' future and that is ...
a 'nature positive' one. Onwards!
Marco Lambertini
Director General, WWF International (2014-2022)
BUILDING STRONG PARTNERSHIPS
New strategic global partnerships and on-the-ground joint programmes with CARE,
the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Save the Children,
World Vision and YMCA have strengthened cooperation at the interface of the
environmental and humanitarian agendas.
We also initiated the creation of a group of all international conservation organizations
and sustainable business platforms to define and advocate for the concept of " nature
positive: halt and reverse nature loss by 2030 " as the needed Global Goal for Nature
to align action across society. Over 350 civil society organizations, representing
humanitarian, environmental, faith, women, youth and Indigenous Peoples' interests,
have subsequently joined the call. And we were successful, as the global goal has
recently been adopted by the UN CBD at COP15!
2021
2022
WWF IS ASKED
TO LEAD THE
SEGMENT ON
NATURE-POSITIVE
PRODUCTION
at the first-ever UN
Food Systems Summit,
facilitating the
development of over
a dozen coalitions of
action on key issues.
WWF INTERNATIONAL 2022
AFTER OVER 20
YEARS OF URGING BY
WWF AND OTHERS,
a new global
agreement
ends some of the
financial support
by the World Trade
Organization for
harmful fishing
practices.
2022
GOVERNMENTS
UNANIMOUSLY
AGREE TO DEVELOP
A UN TREATY
that halts
plastic pollution
after initial calls by
WWF and a group
of champion states
from across the
continents.
2022
JUST 12 YEARS
AFTER THE GLOBAL
COMMITMENT
TO DOUBLE
WILD TIGER
NUMBERS, latest counts
show strong progress
in India, Nepal and
Russia; estimated global
numbers increase from
3,200 to 4,500.
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© Justin Kielly / WWF-Canada, © David Bebber / WWF-UK
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