French Global Environment Facility

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The French Global Environment Facility (Fonds Français pour l'Environnement Mondial) (FFEM) is a French conservation organisation.

The FGEF was established in order to promote a sustainable global environment and works all across Latin America, Africa and Asia in the protection of ecosystems. Their work primarily involves dealing with climate change and protecting the ozone layer, biodiversity, marine protection, and protecting land from land degradation. [1]

The French Global Environment Facility has worked in various national parks in these continents with other global environmental groups such as the World Wide Fund for Nature in funding and the protection of areas of ecological vulnerability.

It has also done much work in the Indian Ocean islands such as the Seychelles.

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  1. ^ FFEM , Retrieved on June 18, 2008

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