The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
More species live in the oceans than on land.
With increasing human populations and encroaching coastal development, the long-term survival of marine ecosystems - and the many people that rely on them - are under threat. Contributing factors include overfishing, pollution and climate change.
Thailand is among the world's top five farmed shrimp producers. This industry brings economic benefits to Thailand, but also many problems such as mangrove forest encroachment and wastewater discharge.
Thailand is the world's third largest seafood exporter, but aquatic resources have declined steadily over the past three decades. Our aim is to restore aquatic populations and sustainably manage marine resources.