This section contains an array of maps of current biodiversity risks, country profiles and the methodology documentation
Explore maps of different biodiversity risks and at different geographical scales
View, download and compare national and province-level biodiversity risks faced today (coming soon)
Learn about the WWF Biodiversity Risk Filter’s risk assessment framework
Please make sure to first check our Tutorial (coming soon), all FAQs and the Data & Methods. If you still need help, don’t hesitate to contact us.
We at WWF are happy to partner with companies and financial institutions willing to engage in market transformation. If you are interested to work with us, please get in touch.
Yes, the WWF Biodiversity Risk Filter Team can provide support, ranging from advice on the use of the tool to more tailored expert support for partners.
By partnering with WWF, we can support your organization in better understanding your biodiversity risks, provide guidance for your biodiversity stewardship strategy and targets, and help you implement on-the-ground actions. If you are interested in our tailored expert support, please get in touch.
For basic support, please make sure to first check our tutorial. If you still need help, don’t hesitate to contact us.
In general, the Biodiversity Risk Filter follows a four-level hierarchy: 1) risk type, 2) risk category, 3) indicator and, 4) metric.
The indicators are based predominantly on freely available external, peer-reviewed datasets. These indicators are reviewed and updated (either with new data or with a new indicator) regularly, drawing upon the latest research and best available data.
For more information, please check the latest methodology documentation available on the Data & Methods page.
You can download the Biodiversity Risk Filter risk scores and ranking at a country and province level on the Country Profiles page (coming soon) as an excel file.