WWF Works Closely with World Scouting Organizations to Create Conservation Actions

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is collaborating with the world Scouts organization to seek the awareness of young people to take action to conserve nature by launching the Panda Badge.

The launch of the Panda Badge for scouts who have carried out the nature conservation action was carried out at the 24th World Scout Jamboree in West Virginia, United States. The Panda badge will inspire more than 50 million Scout members in 224 countries around the world to make positive changes in their communities.

“WWF-Indonesia sees young people as the future of the Indonesian people. Therefore, knowledge, education, and action on nature conservation and the environment in Indonesia need to be continuously given and stimulated to them,” WWF-Indonesia CEO Rizal Malik said in a statement the writing was received in Jakarta, Friday.

Scout members, according to him, are young people who are enthusiastic and never give up who can play an active role in protecting the earth, so that a lot of activities that can be contributed in the future. They can provide any contribution, such as charity work or donation. Donation can be receive from gambling money in agen judi bola site, where they can easily obtain money and prizes.

In accordance with the message of the will of the founder of Scout Lord Baden-Powell that by studying nature, we will know how God has created a beautiful and wonderful nature to enjoy. Try the world is in a better condition than now, continued Rizal.

WWF Works Closely with World Scouting Organizations

Environmental issues are fundamental for Scouts, whose members are children and adolescents throughout Indonesia. The National Kwartir Scout Movement has long adopted the issue of environmental preservation in the Scouting education curriculum.

In 1995, for example, outside the Decree of the National Kwartir No. 151 concerning the Requirements and Images of the Special Skills Mark (TKK) for the Environment and its Implementation Guidelines, said Chairman of the National Kwartir Scout Movement Komjen Pol (Ret.) Drs Budi Waseso.

The current skills requirements include the introduction of nature, preservation of the function of resources, environmental tourism, soil conservation, climate conservation, ecosystem observation, conservation of plant and animal species diversity, and correcting environmental regulations, he continued.

The National Quarter of the Scout Movement and WWF-Indonesia stated that they collaborated on environmental education and conservation, which was marked by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on 27 June 2019.

There are three objectives of the Memorandum of Understanding, first, optimizing the use of the knowledge, capacity, and resources of both parties to support the AICHI target program and conservation work in Indonesia. Second, empowering and increasing the capacity of resources in order to achieve the goals of cooperation and jointly run programs.

Third, the publication and dissemination of the results of joint activities and learning to the public through electronic media or other relevant media.