OUR ACTIONS TO HELP NATURE
Our activities in favor of nature's protection are diversified and can take place in various areas in the world. By communication campaign, support to local associations and direct actions as natural areas clean-up we do our best to participate as much as possible for the restoration and protection of nature.
Swan Valley - Rivervale (Australia)
Sandy Cape (Australia)
Jurien Bay - WA (Australia)
Katherine river at Katherine - NT (Australia)
Mareeba - QLD (Australia)
From Port Douglas to Ellis beach - QLD (Australia)
Cèze Valley - Ponteils (France)
Lez river - Montpellier (France)
Pemuteran, Bali (Indonesia)
Gili air (Indonesia)
Tanjung Aan - Lombok island (Indonesia)
Our cleanup are mainly operated on different beaches in Indonesia because this country is a major victim of oceans plastic pollution. We also do it along Australian coastlines.
The beach cleanups we support remove trash from the beach...but operated with tourist family they also make kids fall in love with the ocean and become ocean warriors forever! We strive to make each cleanup a unique and fun experience where we not only clean the entire beach (as only a group of energetic kids can) but we create an ocean experience the kids will never forget, with the goal of showing the kids why it is so important to remove and reduce trash in the ocean. Kids leave our cleanups loving the ocean and wanting to do everything they can to save it!
Natural areas restauration in Thailande
Human activities destroy natural areas. We act for the restoration and conservation of them.
Ecological restoration incorporates land management principles and activities aimed at returning a damaged or degraded ecosystem back to a key historic trajectory in order to achieve goals of ecosystem health, integrity, and sustainability.
Restorations operations can take place everywhere a natural place was damaged, on land but also in the sea.
We support associations specialized in natural areas restauration as OceanQuest in Thaïlande for the coral range reconstitution.
Actions against trophy hunting in Africa
We can't no more accept hobbies as rare animal hunting
Trophy hunters prefer to kill the largest and rarest wild animals for the purpose of showing off the “prize” in their home, for example on a wall or the floor of their living room.
NCO works to educate the public about the facts and fiction of this gruesome hobby and the lack of its contribution to conservation, secure laws and policies to regulate or prohibit such killing, and to encourage wiser alternatives such as ecotourism.
We help different local associations in Namibia and Botswana to put an end to different hunting practices.
Education is the most important
Environmental education is a process that allows individuals to explore environmental issues, engage in problem solving, and take action to improve the environment. As a result, individuals develop a deeper understanding of environmental issues and have the skills to make informed and responsible decisions.
WWP provide environmental education by different ways. Signalisation on trek, intervention with local people, school outing and communication on social media.
Actions against traditional hunting and traping in France
Playing with animals life should not be a hobby
WWP is an anti hunting structure and we do not accept any king of hobby causing suffering to animals. This violent form of “entertainment” rips families apart and leaves countless animals orphaned or badly injured when hunters miss their targets. Quick kills are rare, and many animals endure prolonged, painful deaths when they’re hurt but not killed by hunters.
We help French association ASPAS (Association for Wild Animals Protection) fighting against hunters and lobbies in their country. Our support allow them to communicate more about this subject, sensible public and act to change laws and government decisions concerning hunting permissions.