What is the full form of WWF
1) WWF: World Wide Fund for Nature
WWF stands for World Wide Fund for Nature. It is one of the leading conservation organizations of the world whose mission is to preserve the natural environment and create harmony between nature and humans.
The organization was established on 29 April 1961. It opened its first office in the Swiss town of Morges and is registered under Swiss law. It has offices in more than 80 countries around the world and it employs around 6000 full-time employees. Apart from the full-time employees, it is supported by around 5 million members globally.
To achieve its mission, WWF focuses on two broad areas;
Biodiversity: It refers to the variety of life on the earth. It includes different species of plants and animals existing on the earth. The organization focuses on critical species and places that need to be conserved to protect the rich biodiversity of earth.
Footprint:It refers to the human activity that is harming the nature resources.
The organization is working to ensure the optimum utilization of the natural resources like land, water and air.
2) WWF: World Wrestling Federation
WWF stands for World Wrestling Federation. It is now known as World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). It is an American entertainment company that deals in professional wrestling. Its headquarters is in Stamford, Connecticut, United States.
It was founded in 1952 by Jess McMahon and Toots Mondt as Capitol Wrestling Corporation (CWC). Since it was established its name was changed several times over the years, from World Wide Wrestling Federation to World Wrestling Federation (WWF) to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
It has featured various iconic and major wrestling matches in the past. Today, it is airing various high-profile programs such as Raw, SmackDown and Wrestlemania in more than 150 countries around the world. In 2014, it has launched the 24/7 streaming network to showcase the entire WWF library.