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Conservation & Education
COP28: A crucial moment for climate action
COP28 (30 November – 12 December) is the United Nations’ 28th annual climate summit, and it is being held at a critical time for the world.
The past year has seen more record-breaking temperatures and extreme weather events around the world, from drought to catastrophic storms and floods that have devastated lives, economies, and ecosystems. New Zealand is no different, with Auckland deluged by floods and Cyclone Gabrielle the second costliest natural disaster in our history.
WWF is at the heart of the global movement for a net-zero, climate-resilient future. A future where the greenhouse gas levels in our atmosphere are stabilised and where we take active steps to halt the degradation of biodiversity.
A huge global effort is required to meet the challenge, but we remain positive.
Send a WWF Wildlife eCard
Help loved ones celebrate Christmas, an anniversary, birthday, or other special occasion.
Make a donation on their behalf and send them a customised eCard to let them know.
Your thoughtful gift will make a difference for nature.
Adopt an animal
You'll be protecting precious habitats in New Zealand and around the world, and all the species that rely on them.
You can adopt a penguin, dolphin, albatross or tiger.
Whether your symbolic adoption is for yourself, a gift, or to educate younger generations about conservation, you'll be helping build a better future.