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innovation and collaboration

innovation and collaboration

Innovation and collaboration

WWF-Australia collaborates with businesses and philanthropic partners to develop innovative conservation solutions. We focus on accelerating and scaling solutions with positive social and environmental impact.

Learn how you can collaborate and innovate with us to future-proof your business. Get in touch with us today.

Spotlight: Panda Labs

In 2017, WWF-Australia launched Panda Labs, a global innovation platform to solve some of the world’s most complex problems in collaboration with influential partners.

Panda Labs is now operating in 10 countries around the world. Our unique Panda Labs methodology has been tried and tested in the real market. WWF-Australia was listed by the AFR as one of Australia’s top 100 most innovative organisations in 2018. Put your moonshot ideas to the test and get in touch with the Panda Labs team.



Other ways you can innovate and collaborate with WWF-Australia


WWF-Australia and BCG Digital Ventures have launched a revolutionary new online platform called OpenSC that uses blockchain to track food and help people to avoid illegal, environmentally-damaging or unethical products. As WWF-Australia’s first social impact venture, OpenSC recently raised over US$4 million in capital. We are currently working to increase visibility and transparency in supply chains with household names like Nestle. Find out how you can build new business models with WWF’s unique blend of Panda Labs innovation methodology and sustainability expertise.


Business Renewables Centre

The Business Renewables Centre Australia (BRC-A) is a member-based platform that streamlines and accelerates corporate purchasing of renewable power, with the goal of achieving five gigawatts of power purchase agreements by 2030. Join our fast-growing BRC community of over 260 Australian organisations to better navigate the renewable energy market. Find out how you can join companies and councils including ANZ, City of Sydney,  City of Melbourne, Ikea, Macquarie, Optus and Woolworths today. Get in touch today to get involved.


Science Based Targets

Science Based Targets is a global initiative supported by WWF that aims to help companies create a science-backed pathway to reduce emissions. You can join more than 860 global and Australian companies such as Dell, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Procter & Gamble, Telstra, Investa, Westpac, Sony, Nestlé, Unilever, the Kellogg Company and Pfizer Company, who have committed to emissions reduction targets. Get in touch today to learn how your business can start setting Science Based Targets.

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