World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-India, through its programmes, is working towards articulating and attaining such a vision by enabling technical expertise to address emerging environmental challenges. Acknowledging the need to increase visibility of conservation work and issues in the policy sphere at the national level, WWF-India is working towards developing and implementing strategies to increase policy influence through events, landmark publications, strong media strategies, networking and alliance building, and sustained stakeholder engagement. The thematic issues that address fundamental drivers or opportunities for transformational change include Climate Adaptation, Development Economics, Spatial and Urban Planning, and Infrastructure and Extractives. India, likely to be one of the countries that will be worst hit by climate change, has an urgent need to 'climate proof' key vulnerable areas such as the Himalayas, the Sundarbans, and the Ganga Basin, among others. Climate Adaptation works towards embedding climate adaptation strategies- both at planning and policy levels - in all conservation programmes across the country. In order to conserve India's ecological security, WWF-India has adopted several steps through its strong network of offices across different geographical regions.