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Annie the koala gets her bandages changed © WWF-Australia/Veronica Joseph

Annie the koala gets her bandages changed © WWF-Australia/Veronica Joseph

WWF-Australia’s Regeneration Vision

02 Jun 2020

  • Partnerships

WWF-Australia recently hosted an exclusive online event to update our supporters on our bushfire recovery response and our compelling vision to regenerate Australia - for both people and nature. Rachel Lowry, Chief Conservation Officer at WWF-Australia, presented the key wildlife response partners we’ve been working with, the projects in our pipeline and the solutions needed to make a difference at scale to future-proof Australia.

You can watch the full update and Q&A with Rachel below.


Find out more about how we can work together to find solutions that protect our oceans, wildlife and climate and ensure sustainable food production.


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