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WWF Network

WWF (also know as World Wide Fund for Nature) is one of the largest and most experienced independent conservation organizations, with almost 5 million supporters worldwide. A global organization covering over 90 countries, their ultimate goal is to build a future where people live in harmony with nature.

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Through education, fieldwork, advocacy and partnerships, WWF works to conserve the world's biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption. With widespread esteem and support, they take great steps toward these goals.

WWF and Global Footprint Network work closely to produce biannual Living Planet Reports. These reports explore humanity’s impact on the planet through the Living Planet Index, which illustrates trends in populations of animal species worldwide, and the Ecological Footprint, which measures our use of renewable natural resources.

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Footprint Reports:

Living Planet Report 2012: The 2012 edition of the LPR highlights the tremendous pressure that humanity is putting on our planet. We are using 50 per cent more resources than the Earth can provide. By 2030, even two planets will not be enough.
Report on Ecological Footprint in China
Africa: Ecological Footprint and Human Well-being
Canadian Living Planet Report 2007
Europe 2007: Gross Domestic Product and Ecological Footprint
Living Planet Report 2006
Europe 2007: Gross Domestic Product and Ecological Footprint

WWF-Brasil's tireless efforts to champion the Ecological Footprint have helped fuel a national dialogue on sustainability and resource consumption. In our winter 2013 newsletter, WWF-Brasil analysts discuss how the Footprint has gained traction.