The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
The Covid-19 pandemic and its immediate health, social and economic impacts require an urgent response. Beyond this, however, public stimulus packages to relaunch the economy are already being developed, requiring crucial decisions on where these substantial financial flows should be directed or through which channels and vehicles, in order to bring most benefits.
Badly designed recovery plans in response to the Covid-19 outbreak risk exacerbating the social inequalities and environmental crisis. Instead, governments must draw up their plans in a way that helps tackle social inequalities, climate and environmental breakdown, and the need to improve long-term resilience, by taking a consistent approach across the board, and aiming clearly at a green, equitable and resilient recovery.
WWF is calling on the European Union and its governments to demonstrate leadership and foresight by continuing to follow, and reinforcing, a trajectory towards a resilient, sustainable and just economy and society, in line with the European Green Deal.
WWF: Building resilience: WWF recommendations for a just & sustainable recovery after Covid-19 (April 2020)
NGO letter: Economic stimulus must support environmental objectives (March 2020)
WWF: Operational tools for 'do no harm' and 'do good' approaches (May 2020)
WWF: Recommendations on the Recovery & Resilience Facility (June 2020)
WWF: Recommendations on InvestEU (June 2020)
WWF: Recommendations on the Solvency Support Instrument (June 2020)
Public appeal for a green & just recovery
Together with other environmental NGOs, WWF has launched a public appeal to decision-makers to bring about a green & just recovery following the Covid-19 health crisis.
Based on this appeal, we have also teamed up with WeMove.eu to launch a public petition supporting our appeal.