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Navigate the map to learn more about why you should buy one of our gifts to care for our planet today and the years ahead.

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Result of last year’s gift catalogue
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Footprint

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Squaring Up To Climate Change

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Rangers

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Illegal Wildlife Trade

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Tigers

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Heart Of Borneo

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Coral Triangle

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A Really Hot Spot

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People

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No To Shark Fin

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Footprint

As the number of people on our planet grows, our consumption also increases. Unless we find another planet like ours, the only way forward is to consume less and bring us in line with resources planet Earth can provide. WWF urges consumers to make smart purchasing decisions by buying from sustainable sources or reusing or recycling.

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Squaring Up To Climate Change

The oceans are warming, sea levels are rising, and more intense droughts threaten crops, wildlife and freshwater supplies. WWF works on reforestation - a crucial defense against climate change. We promote renewable energy sources and lobby both public and private organisations to move towards more sustainable business practices.

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Rangers

Rangers put themselves on the frontline on a daily basis to safeguard endangered species in protected areas from the threat of poaching. Brave rangers often receive lesser pay and few resources. WWF supports their work by providing them with essential resources and training to help them in their risky work of catching poachers.

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Illegal Wildlife Trade

We are witnessing an unprecedented spike in the illegal trade of wild animals fueled largely by an increase in wealth in Asia. Hundreds of millions of animals are caught from the wild each year and sold illegally as food, pets, souvenirs or medicine. WWF works together with TRAFFIC, the wildlife monitoring network to counter wildlife crime by tracking illegal trade and raising awareness on this critical matter. Together, we can put a stop to the trade in wild animals.

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Tigers

With 97% of the world's tiger population already gone, WWF is fighting to turn tigers back from the brink of extinction. To save Asia's most magnificent cat, we need to provide tiger rangers with resources to protect them from unprecedented poaching and preserve their habitat. We either save them now or risk losing tigers forever.

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Heart Of Borneo

Home to the orangutan, pygmy elephant and Sumatran rhino, this magnificent landscape is under threat as pressure builds to convert more forest to palm oil and timber plantations. WWF works to preserve this habitat and its rich biodiversity, by working with the governments of Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei to reforest degraded areas and keep this magnificent place free from illegal logging.

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Coral Triangle

The world's most important marine ecosystem and the biggest source of seafood for Singapore is threatened by unsustainable fishing. WWF is working towards creating more responsible fishing practices to provide Coral Triangle communities with sustainable income, while safeguarding precious marine resources and protecting critically endangered species.

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A Really Hot Spot

Rid the world of slash and burn agriculture and prevent a return of the haze by insisting that our favourite brands use only palm oil from sustainable sources. Because it is found in 50% of the food on supermarket shelves and most shampoos and cosmetics, it is essential that we pressure the palm oil industry now into using more responsible practices in the future for the sake of our health

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People

People and nature are inextricably linked. By conserving our environment, we are preserving natural resources for ourselves now and in the future. WWF works to preserve the forests and landscapes that sustain human lives by providing education and alternative livelihoods to local communities.

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No To Shark Fin

Keep sharks in our seas and out of our soup. Each year, 73 million sharks are killed to satisfy the enormous demand for shark fin, a traditional delicacy in Chinese banquets. WWF is working with restaurants and retailers to keep shark fin off the menu. Action is needed now to prevent many species of sharks disappearing altogether.

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