Nature is our life-support system. That’s why WWF – an independent conservation organization active in nearly 100 countries – is tackling the deepening crisis of nature loss caused by human activities. Our ambition is to set nature on the path to recovery in the coming decade for the benefit of people and wildlife. Working with many others, we must protect and restore natural habitats, stop the mass extinction of wildlife, and make the way we produce and consume sustainable.
Thank you for joining the WWF LinkedIn community. Please read these guidelines designed to keep our members safe online.
WWF is responsible for protecting and maintaining the integrity of this community. While we actively encourage this community to get involved by posting to our page and taking part in discussions, we do have some basic rules.
WWF will remove content if it:
• is obscene or disrespectful
• is irrelevant to the aims of the WWF community
• is irrelevant to the original post
• is judged to be spam
• is abusive or threatening to the WWF community or individuals within it
• distributes false and/or misleading information
• advertises or promotes products and/or services
• repeats previous posts.
We will delete comments on LinkedIn in accordance with LinkedIn’s Terms of Service (https://www.linkedin.com/legal/user-agreement#dos). If an individual’s disruptive behaviour persists, then we may report that user.