- Written by Alex Kotsakis
- Posted 4 years ago
Jan Wärnbäck is the Conservation Officer at World Wildlife Fund, Sweden.
Världsnaturfonden WWF was founded in 1971 with the purpose of contributing financially to the international operations of WWF as well as setting aside funds for Swedish research, education and practical nature conservation work. The majority of WWF Sweden’s current conservation work is managed internally by the organization. The primary focus for this work is to preserve biodiversity and to ensure the sustainable use of natural resources, both within Sweden and globally.
Today, the priorities of the conservation work in Sweden are: Biodiversity and aquatic environment, Biodiversity and sustainable landscapes as well as Ecological footprint.