The Earth provides an abundance of natural resources that allow humans to live and thrive. In fact, the estimated loss of ecosystem services based on land use changes is $20.2 trillion per year (in 2007 $US), highlighting the importance of nature and its ecosystem. However, human activity and negligence have seen to it that these resources are overused and are even running out.
We believe that a sustainable future and lifestyle ensures the conservation of our natural environment and allows people to live harmoniously.
WWF strives to set impactful aspirations on sustainability in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Through consultation and close collaboration with various stakeholders, we build platforms, tools and practical solutions closely guided by data and science that help entire sectors to become more sustainable.
Sustainable production and consumption of palm oil is critical for the health of our natural ecosystems and for people.
Circular Economy is a regenerative business model that strives to keep resources in use for as long as possible in order to slow down the depletion of our natural resources.