HP Joins Lifelong Wildlife Advocate Jane Goodall on Her New Mission: Planting Trees

Trees for Jane is a grassroots effort to plant and protect one of the Earth’s most precious resources.

By Sarah Murry

HP and WWF Commit $80M to Protect Critical Forest Ecosystems

With the expansion of their partnership, HP becomes the first company to pilot science-based targets for forests with WWF.

By Sarah Murry

As world leaders convene this month at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, HP is pledging to expand its reforestation efforts and partnership with the World Wildlife Fund

HP's Expanded Partnership with WWF Aims to Grow Forest Conservation and Restoration

Words by Nithin Coca

HP Inc. has announced an expanded forest conservation and restoration partnership with World Wildlife Fund, better known as WWF, by pledging $80 million to sustainably manage, conserve and restore nearly 1 million acres of forest. “We're really excited about this collaboration and the opportunities it brings to help us accelerate critically important conservation efforts in landscapes around the world — for people, for nature and for climate,” Linda Walker, senior director of corporate engagement for forests at WWF-U.S., told TriplePundit. 

HP and WWF Announce Bold Partnership Expansion to Conserve and Restore Forests

Collaboration aims to ensure paper printed with an HP product or service will help restore, protect, and improve the health of forests by 2030[1]
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Consumption of Wildlife Drops Almost 30% Over Links to COVID-19

WWF survey also finds 72% of American respondents believe closure of high-risk wildlife markets is effective in preventing future pandemics
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GLAND, SWITZERLAND, May 24, 2021 /3BL Media/ - As the World Health Assembly opens today against a backdrop of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, a new World Wildlife Fund commissioned report reveals that nearly 30% of people surveyed across China, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and the United States say they have consumed less or stopped consuming wildlife altogether because of the global health crisis.

WWF, Sofia Vergara, and Marc Anthony Team up to Celebrate the Extraordinary Biodiversity of Latin America With the Animated Film “KOATÍ”

Over 25 international celebrities participating in the movie will support WWF’s mission of protecting and restoring nature, by uniting their voices on the first family animated comedy set in Latin America
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April 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The global conservation organization WWF has joined forces with the team and cast of the much-anticipated animated comedy film ‘KOATÍ’ to bring to light one of the most biodiverse regions in the world, Latin America. The partnership, announced on Earth Day, arises at a crucial moment to encourage the world to deepen its relationship with nature and prioritize and safeguard our beautiful planet and the people and animals that live on it.

International Paper Helps Conserve Pearl Mussels in Dordogne, France

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Our IP Forêt Services team in France collaborated with FSC France and World Wildlife Fund to develop tools and a new website to facilitate the identification, management and monitoring of high conservation value for

Earth Hour 2021: WWF Hosts a Nationwide Meditation for the Planet

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WASHINGTON, March 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - On Saturday, March 27 at 8:30 pm local time, Earth Hour, one of the world’s largest grassroots movements for the environment, will once again inspire individuals, businesses and organizations in over 180 countries and territories to renew their commitment to the planet.

Oceans 2050 Receives Grant From WWF, With Support From Bezos Earth Fund, for Global Effort to Quantify Seaweed Carbon Sequestration

Groundbreaking Global Study Will Deliver Evidence and Methodology to Validate and Monetize the Carbon Sequestration Impact of Ocean Farming
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MARCH 18, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Today, Oceans 2050 Co-Founder Alexandra Cousteau and Chief Scientist Professor Carlos Duarte announced a new grant for their work from World Wildlife Fund (WWF). As part of its $100M grant from the Bezos Earth Fund, WWF will provide support to Oceans 2050 for their pathbreaking work on seaweed and carbon. The funding will support the group’s work to quantify the role of seaweed aquaculture as a key recovery wedge for the world's oceans and its ability to sequester carbon.

WWF National Branding Campaign Marks 2021 As the Year to Show Your Love

Love It or Lose It campaign calls on all of us to love nature so it doesn’t disappear
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WASHINGTON, February 8, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Today, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the global conservation nonprofit known for its iconic panda logo, launched a national brand marketing campaign across the U.S. declaring 2021 as a crucial year to show your love for nature. The year-long campaign, “Love It or Lose It,” debuting the week of Valentine’s Day, calls on everyone to show their love for nature, upon which all of humanity depends.


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