Climate • Communities • Wildlife 

May 2020 Newsletter
This week: live Q&A with WWF's Nikhil Advani
Learn how climate change is impacting species and about the work WWF is doing to help them adapt. Tune in on Instagram  today (Wednesday) @ 12:30 pm EST or on Facebook this Friday @ 9:30AM EST. Submit your questions in the comments ahead of the events!
Wildlife Adaptation Innovation Fund launches
three new projects

WWF's WAIF program awards grants to pilot innovative ideas that help vulnerable species adapt to a changing climate. Projects currently underway include a project in South Africa to protect endangered African penguins, a project in Thailand to boost tiger prey numbers, and a project in Nepal to help Sarus cranes, the tallest flying birds in the world. 

Visit the WAIF website to learn more about these projects and those previously funded.
Climate Crowd and WAIF recently featured
in the media:
           Rolling Stone           World Wildlife Magazine           Natural Awakenings
WWF’s Climate, Communities and Wildlife program researches how wildlife and rural communities are being impacted by climate change, and develops and implements solutions to help them adapt. Projects include Climate Crowd, the Wildlife Adaptation Innovation Fund, and the Wildlife and Climate assessment series
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Photo credits:
Banner photos: © Nikhil Advani / WWF-US; Tiger photo: © Choong Joon LAI / WWF-Greater Mekong; Sarus crane photo: © Martin Harvey/WWF-US; African penguin photo: © Martin Harvey / WWF