WWF (Worldwide Fund for Nature) is one of the world’s largest independent conservation organisations, active in nearly 100 countries. Their supporters – more than five million of them – are helping them to restore nature and to tackle the main causes of nature’s decline, particularly the food system and climate change. They are fighting to ensure a world with thriving habitats and species, and to change hearts and minds so it becomes unacceptable to overuse our planet’s resources.
WWF. For your world.
For wildlife, for people, for nature.
Find out more about their work, past and present at wwf.org.uk
On Llên mewn Lle | Lit in Place, Rhian Brewster, joint-Head of Communications, WWF Cymru said:
“Nobody knows the local landscapes better than those who live and work in those communities. People, nature and climate are interlinked, they depend on each other to survive. This is why we at WWF Cymru are excited to be partnering with Literature Wales on this project which focusses on how people and communities are feeling and responding, creatively to the nature and climate crises. With three very different projects and communities across Wales we are looking forward to seeing how each one responds to the challenge.”