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WWF Germany is an environmental foundation registered under German civil law, and headquartered in Berlin. The foundation is registered under the name “WWF Deutschland” (German, meaning WWF Germany). The abbreviation WWF stands for “World Wide Fund For Nature”. The foundation is recognised as a charitable organisation.

Publisher of this webpage:

WWF Deutschland/ WWF Germany
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10117 Berlin/ Germany
Phone: +49 (0)30 311777-0
Fax: +49 (0)30 311777-199
Email: info(at)


Eberhard Brandes

Central regulatory authority:

Senate Administration for Justice, Berlin, Az: 3416/976/2
Value added tax identification number according to § 27 a of the Value Added Tax Act: 27/641/09321
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Responsible for all content according to § 55 Abs. 2 RstV:

Tanja Plötz, Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP), Agriculture and Land Use Change, WWF Germany
Michael Mulet Solon, International Program Officer, Food Systems, WWF France


WWF Deutschland/ WWF Germany
Reinhardtstr. 18
10117 Berlin/ Germany

Concept & Design:

ACB – Netzwerk für Webdesign & Kommunikation Berlin
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Maps/globe illustrations: Designed by Freepik

Pictures on the homepage:

  1. Top photo: Dried grasses and foliage are commonly fed to cows. The utilization of grass in forage-livestock systems is seen as ethical and environmentally sustainable (Chiang Mai, Thailand) / © Baramee Temboonkiat.
    Thailand box: Intensive use of pesticides in tomato farming does not only affect environmental and consumer health, but also farmers who are responsible for the handling and processing of these crops (Chiang Mai, Thailand) / © Baramee Temboonkiat
  2. Indonesia box: To expand consumer education, outreach and awareness on adopting sustainable lifestyles WWF-Indonesia is supporting activities by local communities, e.g. the Indonesia Organic Community’s “Local for Local” campaign (here: event at Ranch Market) / © WWF-Indonesia, Dissy Ekapramudita
  3. Philippine box: With The Sustainable Diner project, WWF-Philippines encourages Filipinos to practice eco-friendly restaurant dining by supporting local, seasonal, healthy dishes, reducing food waste, and minimizing plastics and packaging. / © WWF-Philippines, Gabriel Villalon
  4. What are the benefits of SCP – photo: This sustainably-sourced salad dish fits into the wider food movement towards the need for healthier farmed produced from sustainable forms of agriculture production in Chiang Mai, Thailand. / © Baramee Temboonkiat

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