About WWF-Hong Kong – Together possible
WWF is a leading global conservation organisation, with a network active in more than 100 countries. WWF’s mission is to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. WWF-Hong Kong has been working since 1981 to deliver solutions for a living planet through conservation, footprint and education programmes, with the aim of transforming Hong Kong into Asia’s most sustainable city.
A turning point in ocean
The Hong Kong plastic pellet disaster following a typhoon in 2012 marked a turning point for Hong Kong that highlighted the urgency of the city’s marine litter problem. We need your help to restore our oceans to health!
Special Award - “Tales of the Ocean” theme
“Tales of the Ocean” is the theme of the Special Award of The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition 2020-21. WWF-Hong Kong invites you to explore the rich variety of of our local marine species and find out how we can better protect them for future generations.
Our oceans’ future is in our hands!
SIGN UP for our Chinese white dolphins
The Pearl River Delta is home to what is likely the world’s largest population of Chinese white dolphins (Sousa chinensis). Unfortunately, it is also one of the world’s most densely populated and industrialised coastal regions. Dolphin abundance in Hong Kong alone has dropped by over 80% in the past 15 years. Under this current trajectory, studies suggest the population may become locally extinct. We need a dolphin conservation area, sign petition now!
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Hoi Ha Wan Eco Visit
Among the first batch of marine parks in Hong Kong, Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is home to more than 60 coral and 120 fish species. Get on board our glass-bottom boat to see some of the species up close!