WWF-UK ANNUAL REPORT SUMMARY 2021-22
12 December 2022
And we can convince that, with immediate action politicians and businesses to and by working together, we take action to reform the way can stop the catastrophic loss we produce and consume food of nature and bring our world and reverse the loss of nature. [...] natural world’s vital signs will TO BRING be improving and we’ll have To ensure we hand future halted the loss of nature.generations a stable, safe and thriving planet, the science Until 2024, we’re focusing OUR WORLD says we must address the on the goals outlined on the climate crisis, transform the next pages to set us on the way we produce and consume right track to meeting this BACK TO LIFE fo. [...] the test to the Autumn Budget and But the resulting Glasgow Climate Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) Pact represents significant progress – and following the CSR consultation – – especially its recognition of the the government committed to investing importance of protecting, conserving £116 billion in green priorities, in line and restoring nature. [...] We took every opportunity to positively Also at COP26 we advocated for action influence the FACT roadmap and that saw more than 140 countries mobilised the WWF network to input sign up to the Glasgow Declaration on into the process and outcomes of the Forests. [...] And in Brazil we’ve continued to work with the Rivers increased our support for monitoring Trust and The Wildlife Trusts to reduce Indigenous community lands to detect the impact of agriculture in Norfolk, illegal activity and capture evidence.