© Karine Aigner/WWF-US
A profound transformation of our socio-economic development model will be required to avert the most catastrophic impacts of the climate and environmental crisis. © Andreas-brucker / Unsplash
Terence Fuh Neba, head of the WWF gorilla habituation programme in CAR fully masked up during data collection in 2017 © Janika Wendefeuer/WWF
One of the most overlooked and consistently unmeasured areas is loss and waste that never leaves the farm. © Tom Vierus / WWF-UK
Aerial view of forest next to oil palm clearing in Sabah, Malaysia © Aaron Gekoski / WWF-US
An Ecosystem Services Assessment (ESA) Technical Team, made up of members from the La Chorrera indigenous community and WWF-Colombia, review the data collected during an ecosystem service assessment of the forest surrounding La Chorrera, Predio Putumayo Indigenous Reserve, Department of Amazonas, Colombia. © Luis Barreto / WWF-UK
How we produce and consume food today is the biggest single cause of deforestation, land conversion, and nature loss, which in turn drive the emergence of infectious diseases like COVID-19. © Josh Withers, Unsplash

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