WWF

For 13 years, WWF-Thailand has been protecting the future of nature.

As a nonprofit organization, WWF-Thailand deeply values the trust that has been placed in us.         

On July 2017, a joint International Climate Initiative (IKI) project under the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) alongside WWF-Thailand was bolstered as a collective resilient effort towards climate change and carbon emissions in Thailand.

Aligned with the United Nations’ 10-year framework of programmes on sustainable consumption and production patterns (10YFP), the project places country-specific focus on Thailand’s agricultural and forestry sector. To safeguard this critical trust, WWF-Thailand is committed to best practices in governance, accountability and transparency. This commitment exists at all levels of the organization.

Our vision is for food, farming and forest systems which nourish the health of the planet and its people.

Our mission is to accelerate the transition towards a deforested-free food supply chain and sustainable food system.

To achieve this, we work catalytically on local scale to promote consumer platform for sustainable consumption and production, initiate partnership with key organizations and implement best practices towards the production of sustainable food and mindful markets.The end impact will contribute towards the increase of sustainable landscape production, improved ecosystems through removal of deforestation from food supply chains, climate change resilience, rural community livelihoods, and implementation of the local food concept.

Through initiating pilot partnerships with governments, private sector, consumer markets, our project aims to find effective ways towards the implementation of sustainable food system and climate change mitigation. We also work closely with community based organizations and civil society who actively participated in the implementation of our works.

The combination of our project and our environmental conservation experiences and large network of influential contacts can provide synergies to the global sustainable development goals.

It’s time to reconsider our food.


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