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Cooperating with environmental groups across the world
Cooperating with environmental groups across the world

Protecting the environment and healing an earth that has been inflicted with deep scars is a global responsibility. Today, most nature conservation groups are aware of the interconnectedness of environmental problems around the world. The increase in greenhouse gases in a single country will not just negatively impact that country but the entire globe. Thus, most environmental groups and organizations have an international agenda and are willing to provide knowledge, technical know-how, and financial resources at their disposal to environmental activism in other countries. PWHF has been in contact with professionals and consultants from well-known international conservation groups since its inception. Among organizations with which we have had contacts and occasional joint ventures we can name World Conservation Society (WCS), Panthera, Smithsonian Institute, and International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Protecting the environment and wildlife management requires a pluralistic approach. Exchange of scientific information, managerial skills, new methods of tackling environmental problems are among areas that clearly call for international cooperation.