What Does WWF Really Stand For?
Aug 01, 2011 · Chances are you don’t, because the dirty secrets of the WWF are well-concealed behind a cuddly panda bear logo. But German producer Wilfried Huismann is about to turn that “eco-façade” on its head. In his film Silence of the Pandas, he exposes …
WWF’s Living Planet Report, published every two years with our partner ZSL, is a scientific study of biodiversity and the health of our amazing planet. Since 1998, it has been charting the devastating impacts human activities are having on the world’s wildlife and natural world.
PETA, IFAW and WWF take different approaches to comms
PETA, IFAW and WWF take different approaches to comms after Cecil the lion killing Prominent animal charities are taking different forms of action after the death of Cecil the lion at the hands of American dentist Walter Palmer.
Author: Khidr Suleman
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has been described as “by far the most successful radical organization in America.” The key word is radical. PETA seeks “total animal liberation,” according to its president and co-founder, Ingrid Newkirk.
WWF Sells Fish Sticks to Save Fish
Jul 08, 2007 · Published July 8, 2007 by PETA. Last Updated September 5, 2017. Yup, it’s about as dumb as it sounds. Apparently the World Wildlife Fund’s German affiliate has accepted 225,000 Euros for its fish conservation campaign that was raised by Unilever through the sale of fish sticks.
For 50 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. The world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally. WWF’s unique way of working combines global …
What is the difference between WWF and PETA
Up front I think WWF is way better than PETA. Peta is arguably a manifestation of media more than an actual group that helps animals. they are always the ones making the biggest fuss, but essentially what they get done amounts to a vegan yelling in a grocery store about how awful non-vegans are to get other people to convert. it just doesn’t work.
Top responsesI believe the difference might be PETA is more focused on pets and livestock (cats dogs cows chickens) and WWF is more endangered species … read more6 votesWhen I first read the title I thought WWF was World Wresting Federation.