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Portrait of Icarius an adult male koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) eating an Eucalyptus leaf at Return to the Wild Inc. Toowoomba, southeast Queensland © Doug Gimesy / WWF-Aus

Portrait of Icarius an adult male koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) eating an Eucalyptus leaf at Return to the Wild Inc. Toowoomba, southeast Queensland © Doug Gimesy / WWF-Aus

Koala

Keywords
  • biodiversity
  • corporate partnership
  • koalas

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Unified in a common goal to protect threatened and endangered wildlife, Koala and WWF have been in partnership since 1 August 2017. The partnership aims to inspire and educate Koala’s customers about the work of WWF to protect threatened and endangered wildlife, such as stopping activities including excessive tree-clearing that puts iconic species and habitat at risk.

Through the partnership, Koala will donate funds to WWF from every mattress sold – helping to protect wildlife like the koala in Australia and the kiwi in New Zealand.

As part of the partnership, Koala and WWF are also investigating ways to reduce the environmental impacts of Koala’s business operations, further supporting WWF’s work across sustainable sourcing strategy and climate action.

 

Testimonials


At Koala we believe in reversing environmental trends and leaving the Earth in better condition than we found it. That's why we partner with organisations like WWF, supporting their work to build better habitats and innovating together to help protect biodiversity.

Mitchell Taylor

KOALA Co-founder, Director

 

The bottom line

Globally, WWF has been working successfully on the conservation of the world’s most iconic species for over 50 years. WWF works in partnership with a variety of organisations, communities and individuals to protect those endangered species most in need.

Australia's vast continent is home to some of the most magnificent plants and animals on Earth. Many have evolved in splendid geographical isolation and are found nowhere else, including the koala. Sadly, being iconic and symbolic is not enough to save the koala from the threat of extinction. In the 1920’s, hundreds of thousands of koalas were shot for the fur trade and now they are contending with the consequences of ongoing excessive tree-clearing.

Together, we can work for the conservation of our world’s most threatened and endangered species, restore their habitats, protect them from destruction and win the fight against extinction.

 

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