WWF reports that it is working to better understand how our changing climate impacts on biodiversity, and it is altering its conservation strategies accordingly.
As part of this initiative, it is offering a range of publications, web tools, and resources on the impacts of climate change on wildlife, including learning resources designed for those teaching advanced level and higher students.
You can visit WWF’s Wildlife and Climate Change webpage to learn more about its work on climate change and wildlife conservation, and to access resources such as a species assessment tool used to assess species vulnerability to climate change, publications exploring climate impacts on specific threatened and endangered species, and WWF Climate Crowd, a tool designed to crowdsource human responses to climate change.
WWF is also working with local communities, governments, and others around the world to help nature and people prepare for the impacts of a changing climate. You can visit the Wildlife and Climate Change website to learn more about WWF’s adaptation projects.