WWF India is one of the country’s largest non-governmental organizations working towards the conservation of biodiversity and natural habitats and the reduction of human footprint. It engages with multiple stakeholders to ensure a living planet for future generations. The organization works through a network of more than 50 state and field offices with over 300 staff.
Since its inception in 2003, the Climate Change & Energy Program of WWF India has contributed to the understanding of impacts of climate change and to developing appropriate policy responses.
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