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WWF in Sweden

WWF in Sweden

WWF Sweden 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 Swedish WWF office conducts operations largely under its own auspices and within the framework of five departments: Forest & Species; Sea & Water; Food, Climate & Energy; Governance & Policy and Business & Finance. The main task is to protect biodiversity and facilitate the sustainable use of natural resources, both in Sweden and globally.

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How is WWF in Sweden organized?

The Foundation has a Council of approximately 50 people where His Majesty the King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf was the president until spring 2022. Half of the members of the Council are representatives from Swedish organisations, institutions and authorities. The other members are selected based on their personal merits. The Council’s role is to recommend the overall direction for the Foundation’s activities as well as appointing members to the Foundation’s Board. The Board, chaired by Annika Helker Lundström, has the legal and operative responsibility for the Foundation’s activities.

The secretary general is responsible for the office’s operations and the running of the office. There are about 160 full-time employees working at the office located at Ulriksdal Palace, 10 km north of central Stockholm.

Given that WWF runs its activities primarily through donated money, WWF can always act entirely freely and does not have to take any other consideration than what is best for Nature. WWF can therefore always work for Nature!

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Contact WWF in Sweden

Ulriksdals Slott
170 81 Solna

Phone: +46 8 624 74 00
Fax: +46 8 85 13 29
e-mail: info@wwf.se

Opening hours
Monday–Friday: 08.30–16.30
Closed for lunch: 12.00-13.00
Saturday–Sunday: Closed

Summer hours (May 15-Sept. 15)
Monday–Friday: 08.30–16.00
Closed for lunch: 12.00–13.00
Saturday–Sunday: Closed

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Telefon pressjour: 08-54657500
E-mail: press@wwf.se