Sharing content from WWF
We encourage you to use and share our content
However if you wish to use a photograph for any purpose, contact Chelsea White at email@example.com.
Using the Panda symbol/logo
They may not be used or reproduced without express permission.
...but if the logo has already been incorporated by WWF in an image, banner or flash presentation, then that is OK - though you must never use such material to endorse or promote your site or products.
Here's the legal fluff that goes with the logo:
© 1986 Panda Symbol WWF - World Wide Fund For Nature (formerly World Wildlife Fund)
® "WWF" & "Living Planet" are WWF Registered Trademarks
Licensing and partnership possibilities are available. Please contact Eva de la Torre at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Use of promotional banners & buttons
Crediting text in print & web publications
Source: [Page title],[ url address] downloaded on [date of download] © WWF-Canada).
For a website then all you really need do is link back to our web site and, preferably directly to the page on which you found the original text.
Additionally, permission is also granted to copy, distribute and/or modify text on this site under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License
Please do not use any text selectively in order to misrepresent WWF's position. Legal action may be taken if this occurs.
IMPORTANT: All images on this site do not fall under the 2 licenses above. You will need special and express permission. Contact Chelsea White at email@example.com and include the credit line and the image you are interested in using.
Accuracy of information
Links to External Sites
WWF links to external sites in order to try and help you gain more information about a subject, or to help you find a different resource that may be of greater assistance. In doing so, WWF does not necessarily endorse or class as authoritative anything that it externally links to.