We're thrilled to bring you our interview with Tsitsi Mkombe of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) - and asking her your questions!
Born in Zimbabwe, Tsitsi is now based in South Africa and is Corporate Partnerships Manager at WWF. This means she helps the organisation partner businesses to increase their impact on protecting our planet. This also helps businesses make better choices and for the environment. Watch more about what WWF does here. We'll let Tsitsi introduce herself...
Do you agree that finding a solution to protect the environment and continue industry is really important?
nice_desert, Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School, Occupied Palestinian Territory
Does WWF work with businesses to protect the Amazon rainforest?
enigmatic_technology, Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School, Occupied Palestinian Territory
Definitely, we work with business and they are contributing to protecting the Amazon because you find some people who are cutting down forests illegally.Tsitsi Mkombe on the Amazon rainforest
How do your actions help the environment and our animals, and what are your plans for the future?
patient_truth, Boutcher C of E Primary School, UK
When you are brushing your teeth, instead of leaving the tap open during the time you are brushing your teeth, just switch off the tap. Or put the water in a tap or in a glass.Tsitsi Mkombe on saving water
What is the trickiest decision you have made when it comes to helping WWF with saving the environment?
selfassured_journalist, Manor Park Primary School, UK
How many businesses does WWF work with to help the environment?
brilliant_cloud, Junior Secondary School, Gwagwalada, Nigeria
Do you have any advice for students looking for a career in helping the environment?
Tom @ the BNC
Thank you to Tsitsi for her answers!
- Are you now inspired to think about working to save the environment?
- If you could work in any job that helped the environment, what would it be?
Add your answers below!